Gloucester, Massachusetts – So this is morning high tide 10AM
Scenes from Gloucester, MA, January 20, 2019, about 6:30AM and 35 degrees.
Fisherman at the Wheel memorial, Stacy Boulevard,
Three hours till high tide and surf is not placid
Winter storm prep at the High School. It’s easy to see why it’s going to be icy
Snow if you can still get some is perfect for snow cream!
Just trying to get out of the street was not pretty, I wish to thank the Gloucester DPW for helping me. Here are a couple of pictures. It is very dangerous driving so be careful.
For some strange reason I receive my Good Morning Gloucester Blog in the evening! So for me it is a Good Night Gloucester every night before I go to bed. Thank you for your informative and interesting blog.
Here are a few pics that I took yesterday in the Northeaster Storm. Also there is one of a deer hanging in a tree on Rt. 127 going towards Annisquam that I thought was rather different as it is out in public for all to see. My son who has the award winning Hunter Angler Gardner Cook blog (honest-food.net/blog1/) said it is a spike deer and very good eating. Although he thought hanging it in the front yard was rather brazen!
Happy New Year!
Nancy Shaw from Lanesville
To keep up the high standards of GoodMorningGloucester, please accept my apologies. Play slideshow
I am including a slide show with additional photos. Tracey the owner even had insurance adjusters waiting to help her get things back in shape for the summer season. All the rooms were checked to ensure no further damage occurred. The major issue was the rubber roof aloft onto the gold course. The air-conditioners were in bad shape on the roof. I am also including some photos from trees that came down further down on Atlantic Rd. Hopefully everyone is back on-line with electricity, and ready for the next burst of weather coming our way.
“THIRD GREEN” from Indiana
Jay once again did some fantastic coverage of the latest coastal storm
Click this text to check his February Fury post with the damage and wave action from the Northeaster that hammered our coast