Our son Ted was recently in China and represented Good Morning Gloucester in Tiananmen Square, Beijing.
Love the blog – thanks (!)
Ed and Jody Dove
Faithfully wearing my GMG hat in Vashkovo village, Ushachi district, Vitebsk region, Republic of Belarus! (That’s a “sanatorium” in the background.) Helping needy people and having a blast! See you at NewThing.net!
Greetings, Joey, from #8 Karl Marx Street in Minsk, Belarus, former USSR! The top-floor corner apartment is ours. Come see us! 🙂 I’ll be here for a week and a half with our “NewThing.net” ministry, now the biggest humanitarian operation in the country. FOBs can follow our adventures thru our photo reports — free signup at http://www.NewThing.net. Dasvidanya, baby!
On a recent road trip (totaling over 3,300 miles round trip) to Minnesota, I thought I could shed some light on this little known fact about a widely know river.
The Mississippi River starts from Lake Itasca, MN when it simply flows over a merely 12 foot wide rock barrier to my left in the picture. From there, “THE MIGHTY MISSISSIPPI BEGINS TO FLOW ON IT’S WINDING WAY 2552 MILES TO THE GULF OF MEXICO.”
P.S. Also learned that rescue pups can grow up to be brave dogs! Caroline got up to 40mph on the Jet Ski! www.capeannanimalaid.com
Joey, I was on top of the green monsta yesterday afternoon with the band Fun. I tried to get them to hold the sticker but had no luck. This is the best I could do to represent GMG.
I should of stuck it to one of their backs and snaped a photo.
Ward 3 Councilor
Here’s the band singing their hit “We Are Young”
Was that you on the flight from Boston to TCI behind those Foster Grants? Brian and I rented a scooter and drove to Long Beach where all the kite surfers hang out. Since we didn’t have our own gear, Brian (being the good ex Gloucester Coast Guard guy that he is)
Improvised with, you guessed it, his GMG t shirt.
We bought Red Snapper from some fisherman working off the back of a red pick up truck (note: he did come recommended by manager of Horse Eye Jack’s, great place next to Da Conch Shack). Cooked it on our grill and It was delish,
As Buffett would say, “The Weather is Here, I Wish You Were Beautiful” – wait, you are Beautiful (or at least the Mrs. Is).
Brian says, “Keep the dry side up, and the wet side down.” I think that means don’t flip your boat over.
Signing off from Paradise,
Visited with you at Capt. Joe’s during Fiesta last summer. I’m so thankful for all you do which allows me to keep current with happenings in Glosta. Big shout out to Tom P. in The Fort & Erik H. in Annisquam!
I’m fortunate to have joined the "Chunkin Up" team, and I brought my GMG sticker to World Championship Punkin Chunkin Competition in Bridgeville, Delaware this past weekend.
Discovery Channel was there in force, so everyone will be able to see what happened later this month — usually around Thanksgiving.
Couldn’t help myself from yelling "Chi Samiou Dute Mute? Viva San Pietro!" a few times, which lead to puzzled looks from team members… and later thinking that a pumpkin cannon built to resemble the Greasy Pole with a crew of costumed Sicilians could be a great idea for a future team? Perhaps that deserves some consideration from Gloucester based Chunker engineers?
All the best, and keep on building the best blog on the planet! We really do appreciate it.
Rick, Louise & Anthony Terselic in North Potomac, MD
Note to self: Road trip to the Punkin Chunkin Competition in Bridgeville, Delaware next year! That looks like a whole lot of fun!!!!
I’m an avid follower of GMG. Here’s a pic of me representing in Friedrichstadt, a North German port city that was active in the 17th c. and is now quiet and picturesque.
Sem C. Sutter Head of Collection Development and Interim Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources & Services Georgetown University Library
We Got Germany Baby! Thanks Sem!
As an aside- this may be the first time I’ve ever heard the name “Sem”.
I wonder if Sem’s partner when first laying eyes on Sem way back in the day said “Oh I gotta get me Sem o’ dat!”
Just returned from a trip to Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons with my brother (one of the pics) – the place is incredible – and just makes you respect the power of Mother Nature. Attached are just some of photos taken. There are pictures of bison, elk and a bear in their natural environment – along with landscapes and geysers and thermal pool – with a short video of a geyser. Hopefully you will post them on GMG