#GLOUCESTERMA DEEP FREEZE SEA SMOKE GOOD HARBOR BEACH, TWIN LIGHTS, EASTERN POINT, BACKSHORE, TEN POUND ISLAND, NILES POND

My fingers froze and I had to call it quits yet despite the bitterly cold five degree temperature and biting wind, day break brought blue skies and beautiful sea smoke all along the backshore, from Gloucester’s Ten Pound Island Lighthouse to Rockport’s Twin Lighthouses.

Take heart friends -today is the last day of January- only 48 more days until the spring equinox!

Fresh wild animal tracks crossing Niles Pond

 

One thought on “#GLOUCESTERMA DEEP FREEZE SEA SMOKE GOOD HARBOR BEACH, TWIN LIGHTS, EASTERN POINT, BACKSHORE, TEN POUND ISLAND, NILES POND

  1. Kim,

    Very beautiful views and I bet it was cold! With blanket rolled back clouds and winds the wind chill drops it quickly! I don’t know how we did it as children we spent most of the day outside layered down with clothing and bulky clothing unlike today more light weight and downy!

    I spent five years and half years in Combat Communications Mobility units which is deployable Mobility units to all parts of country and overseas. We were issued special gear issued for conditions deployed to. Hot weather cold weather and in between most times…:-) Dave

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