Sunday, February 25, 2007

Not Much Happening

I just noticed it has been over a month since my last post. There's a reason for that--it is pretty quiet here in the winter. That isn't to say it is boring--heck, it is too amazing here to be boring--it just means that the cove's activity is in a more passive state. Living here you are much more attuned to the natural world, the weather, the stars, the flora and fauna. The weather is definitely more winterlike than at the beginning of the season, but with very little snow. Today it is bright, clear and a small breeze. For much of the last week, we have had steady 20 MPH winds from the northwest. That kind of wind stirs up the whitecaps, but today the water is calm and deep blue.

Thanks for reading.


  • Hi Stanley. I happened to catch the full moon setting as I was viewing your webcam around 6 am this morning. Last evening, as we were leaving a restaurant in Torrington, CT we got a quick glimpse of the lunar eclipse. Were you able to see it in Gloucester?

    By Anonymous Leo, at 6:17 AM  

  • Hi Leo,

    We were on the way to the Boston Ballet last night about the time of the eclipse. We were talking about it, but unfortunatedly we missed it.

    By Blogger Stan, at 7:24 AM  

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