Hurricane Earl, the aftermath

5 09 2010

Hurricane Earl came and went on September 3, 2010 as a tropical storm by the time it reached the New England area.

This report is on the day after the storm, Sept. 4th 2010. The sun is out, weather is
great for labor day weekend and we dodged a bullet this time as far as storms go.

For us hardy New England people it was the anticipation for what we know what could have been a very different story.

So, always be prepared for the worst and hope for the best as we do. The long holiday
weekend has just begun.

Enjoy it!


Keeping Tradition Alive – Lobstering tradition of Days Past

8 11 2009

William Donovan has had a relationship with the sea for more than 45 years. As retired lobsterman Bill is doing his part to keep the tradition alive by using his craftsmanship skills by making “Old Fashioned Hand-Made Wooden Lobster Bouys and Traps”. We hope you enjoy Bill stories of tradition of days past.

Hurricane Bill and Newport RI

8 11 2009

Hurricane Bill turned from a threat to a nuisance in New England on Sunday, keeping many beaches closed but causing little damage. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the tropical storm warning was lifted for the Massachusetts’ coastline. As Bill churned up the Atlantic Ocean and spawned waves as high as 14 feet. Surfers took to the water in Newport RI. The Surfers were having fun and so were we watching these water enthuses have a great time.

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