Around Town on a Snowy day and the Super moon over Salt Island…
GloucesterCast 323 With Jim and Pat Dalpiaz, Cat Ryan, Kim Smith and Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 2/20/19
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Dieting is not fun when your life revolves around food.
Favorite Olive Oil Challenge
Costco vs BJs
Passport photos and travel habits. What kind of traveler are you? Link to info re passport photos: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/requirements/photos.html
Last chance to see travel exhibition Once Upon a Contest – Cape Ann Reads at Cape Ann Museum (CAM)
- and to see special temporary Bonnie L Sylvester mural at CAM- #GloucesterMA Public Art – last chance to Instagram temporary mural at Cape Ann Museum
- children’s book inspiration continues with Virginia Lee Burton exhibition and pat Lowery Collins
- amazing vacation week of Cape Ann Museum family workshops mini master classes Today’s paper:February vacation week programs at Cape Ann Museum
Vacation week Programming at Sawyer Free and Cape Ann Art Haven and special offers at Cape Ann Lanes and Cape Ann Marina
Two Bald Eagles at Niles Pond
Hector The Black Vulture being seen at Niles Pond
Three Young Swans at Niles Pond
Plover Ordinance meeting recap from Kim Smith
Common Milkweed and Marsh Milkweed recognized as best for Monarch Butterflies
Super Moon Full Snow Moon
Adventureman update 21 marathons to go- Perspective- he’s trying to enjoy every bit of it, says he’ll be sad when he is done.
Last night’s moonrise over the Back Shore was spectacular. Click on the sequence above to see full size. I don’t know why the Moon has a “neck” in the middle photo, or what that reflective appearance is termed, but it was so interesting to see.
February’s Snow Moon was also a Super Moon. It was the the second of a trio of Super Moons taking place in 2019. The Super Snow Moon was also the largest of the three (closest to Earth). The third and final Super Moon of the year is taking place on March 21st.
Our Charlotte loves looking at the Moon, so when she popped up in bed at 5:30 in the morning and exclaimed Moon!, I bundled her up and off we went to see the Moon setting over the Harbor. I wrote last month that she loves looking up in the sky for the Moon, largely from reading her the story book Good Night, Moon, and now we are reading Buenos Noches, Luna, practicing for an upcoming trip to Mexico.
NASA: When a full moon appears at perigee (its closest point to Earth), it is slightly brighter and larger than a regular full moon—and that’s where we get a ‘supermoon.’ The phrase was coined in 1979.
When going to Seaview Farms in Rockport take a walk to the paddocks and visit these beautiful horse. Brody is actually blind, but is very gentle. Please make sure when visiting Brody you speak softly and put your hand out for Brody. I love the horse that was staring at me. Forget this horse’s name, but very friendly and so actually trying to come with Rick and I.
Forge this cutie’s name
We snapped a wiper scraping snow off our car windshield. I headed downtown to Consumer Auto Parts, Whistle Stop Way, Gloucester, Mass. for replacements. They were happy to re-attach them if I ran into trouble which was nice to hear. I especially enjoyed the view of St. Ann’s framed through the window at nearly the approximate orientation of vistas depicted in Gloucester works by artist, Edward Hopper.
It’s that time again and YES we did make our FULL MOON GHEE! (Auspicious Ghee)
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC Organic Ghee! Was made yesterday and ready to pick up or be shipped, while supplies last!
Everything around us has an effect on something within us. The frequency of the moon affects the mind and influences our feelings, emotions, and desires. The practice of making Ghee on a full moon is considered auspicious because the moon is thought to influence “Soma” the source of nourishment, nectar, and bliss. Soma is a Sanskrit term which is derived from the root word “su” which means to energize, stimulate, expand and grow.
Think of Ghee as liquefied sunlight!
Ghee is the most refined end product of milk and one should consider using in place of butter. Because the milk solids have been removed, it has a higher smoking point than butter.
Through the lens…
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Dinner Specials Each Week!
Wednesday, February 20 – 7pm
Your Guest Host: BRADLEY ROYDS!
photo by Sheila Roberts Orlando
Pictured here demonstrating unbelievably super-human brute strength, we see Bradley Royds
single-handedly preventing the collapse of an abandoned 4-story brick condo in Bar Do Abismo,
Portugal, where he has become a celebrated and worshipped folk hero. Odd, since he’s so
well-known for bringing DOWN the house wherever he performs. Lucky for us all, though, he’ll
be concentrating his amazing powers toward hosting this week’s Rhumb Line Wednesday
Extravaganza in my absence (I’ll be on a string of Orleans dates in California). Thank you,
almighty powerful Mr. Royds! Bradley’s musical guest this week will be the very talented and
popular Jake Pardee, a powerhouse in his own right (and write)!
Come and say hello to these products of a rare and special breed. Meanwhile, I’ll be looking forward to seeing all you
beautiful people next week. ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
The Rhumb Line Kitchen……features Morgan Forsythe! Dishes are better than ever before!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
2/27 – Ed Daley
Looking forward……to seeing you there 🙂
Another reason to pull over and snap a few photos.
I hear Starbucks and CVS are coming to Gloucester Crossing. You can see the skeleton of each here.
Last night’s super moon coming up over Rafe’s Chasm, I took this from Shore Road. It was amazing.
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