GloucesterCast 315 With Jimmy and Pat Dalpiaz, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 1/13/19


GloucesterCast 315 With Jimmy and Pat Dalpiaz, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 1/13/19


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Podcast notes:

Pat brought me a sesame seed bagel from Cape Ann Coffee.

Felicia turned 50 and we had a hell of a time.

Sorellina, Louis Vuitton, Intercontinental

Call in from Chris McCarthy

Colonoscopy aftermath

Resolutions? What resolutions has anyone made and are they broken yet?

We went to coffee tasting for eieio roasters at Willow Rest. Went in for a sip, came out with bread, snacks AND coffee

Mom’s Kitchen for breakfast a good take. GMG Jimmy enjoyed meatloaf omelet. Kate has a chicken pot pie challenge going with Dave from Mom’s kitchen.

Craig and Joey bought 80 bags of Weber Charcoal

Do you stock up on essentials when on sale.

Not cracking the seal on expensive booze.

Catherine’s Curated exhibit at Cape Ann Museum

First big snow coming

2 thoughts on “GloucesterCast 315 With Jimmy and Pat Dalpiaz, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 1/13/19

  1. Excellent! Podcast 315 first one for me in a while, but I enjoyed and needed – the listen for old absent Dave! Thanks Joey & Cast great job! Team GMG! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    Found this don’t know if it helps any (Chart at link) ?

    “David Epstein has been a professional meteorologist and horticulturalist for three decades. David spent 16 years at WCVB in Boston and currently is a meteorology professor at Framingham State University and teaches a January Program at Colby College.

    Snowfall is highly variable from year to year around southern New England, and, for that matter, all of New England. There is about a 100-inch range between the highest and lowest snow totals in the record books for much of New England, including Worcester and Boston.

    Think about that for a moment: The difference between a year with little snow and one with a lot of snow is nearly 8 feet.

    Massive Swings in Accumulation Are the Norm In Worcester, there are an equal number of years where snowfall was under 30 inches and above 100 inches, and in Boston, we find 8 years with snowfall over 80 inches and 5 years where snowfall was under 15 inches. The average snowfall at Logan Airport is a few inches over 40, but increases to the mid 60s when you arrive at the Worcester hills, where the region often sees 20 percent more or less than those average numbers.

    The chart below shows how much snow has fallen in Boston since the late 1800s. Notice how highly variable it is — this is what makes forecasting the total seasonal snowfall so difficult.”


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