great job on your web site i enjoy checking in every day i would like to invite you to our party at club stupid any time i live their thanks again. can you email me on how to purchase the long sleeve dory ts
As always I had a good time celebrating the patron saint of fisherman St. Peter during “Fiestivities” in Gloucester. I have spent the last 15 years of my life partaking in this annual event with various boat loads of wonderful people. I’m a person that has been traveling my whole life around the world who’s making this a must see in my top ten destinations. St. Peters Fiesta will always have a soft spot in my heart and my stomach. Thanks to a number of restaurants; one in particular Passports on main. It’s to the younger generation that I hope keep’s this event alive not just for legacy sake but for the passion they have in this proud micro culture of Massachusetts.
I can say we have stood on that wall of history for many years doing what we do best. Living a life full of passion for things we believe in. While resting in the faith nature will be gentle to the men and women who make their lives around harvesting the tempestuous seas. We have cheered the walkers of the pole with great vigor. I will hear the raspy scream of “viva san Pedro” for the rest of my life and even after death.
Nice site. I’m impressed. I can’t find the picture of my Cap’t Joe’s tattoo… where is it??
Here you go Charles-
hey joe where the pickle guy . is going to do any more shows with miss lufkin that was awsome.did you see his flyer thro actoin its pretty good it would be great up date story he still chasing pickles lol
i thought the old boot raffle was great myrons a good guy and and makes asome pickles he takes secert orders if you know hots relish jellys all home made
Hi Joey –
I was looking for the seafood throw down video from last year. Is it still up?
Here ya go Andy-
I’m looking for a recent (2/27/09) video taped at Local Colors Gallery of Debara Hafemann, Artist…one of my favorites. Any suggestions?
As a visitor from out of town, found it difficult to find handicapped parking. A very nice policeman directed us to an empty handicap spot by the 7 arcade and when we parked and explained that we were directed to the spot to save my husband from a painful walk, we were told to leave. Not a very friendly way of greeting customers, especially handicapped customers. We found a spot near city hall and my husband limped down to the square. We stayed for about 1 1/2 hours and in that time I kept my eye on 7 arcade and no one parked there-not one customer. It left a sour taste in my mouth and I felt we weren’t wanted as guests. We will spend our money elsewhere. The navy band was wonderful and represent the true spirit of America-instead of greedy arcade owners like those at 7.Watch out Karma-it can be a bitch.
Yes it can Maryjane, as the Lucky 7 Arcade has been shut down. I was recently told by one of our parking enforcement officers that the Police Chief allows them to ticket in any handicapped space, even if on private property. Karma. I hope you come back to visit us.
doc—thank you so much for looking out for my sister—–susie——-
dear joey Ciaramitaro,
my name is also joey Ciaramitaro. i am 11 years old and i live in KY. today in homework buddies, i was curious so i typed my name in Google and found your blog. i like you site and you have nice pics on it. Please write back.:) my mom knows i am sending this to you.From Joey Ciaramitaro
6:33 pm TUES 4/6
5 Ashland Place—Anyone missing a brown, maybe Hound/Shepherd MIX dog, medium weight/size?
If so call 978 283 3902 — 5 ashland place gloucester–
Joey, do you have a section on your site where I could ask the “locals” for their feedback on an issue? I realize that I could be treading in dangerous waters here, but I’m trying to help a friend. He’s looking to rent a parking space downtown. Did I hear a collective “good luck with that!”? Any advice appreciated. Lori
Thank you for Good Morning Gloucester. The memories are wonderful. I was raised on Friend Street and am part of the Alves family. Father Alves at Our Lady of Good Voyage is a cousin and Larry Craaybeek is my favorite brother! I remember Dr Broder and Dr Pett. The Hildreth School and the wonderful times we had there! It’s sad about the fishing fleet, the rules and regulations they’ve put on you. My father fished on the Catherine Brown and the usually had huge loads. Some of the best memories in my life are of Gloucester, though I can’t travel there anymore, my heart stays there. If I could have one best memory it would be sitting on the rocks at Bass Rocks and watching the ocean. I live in the South now but nothing will ever take the place of the town I was born in.
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