Monthly Archives: November 2012

Boston Harbor picture of the week: Beach Houses

A neat angle on some oceanfront beach houses in Scituate, taken after Hurricane Sandy had passed last week:

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Gloucester fishing boat washes up on Cohasset shores after storm

This week’s Nor’easter, packing wind gusts up to 50mph, swept a Gloucester fishing boat all the way across Massachusetts Bay. This morning, while driving down Jerusalem Road in Cohasset, I was surprised to see the boat was still there, so … Continue reading

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Sunset out at Graves Light

Here are a few photos of Sunset out at Graves Light, Friday evening, October 26th. Recall Graves light is the abandoned lighthouse on Graves Ledge, the outermost outcrop of rock in the outer Boston Harbor: The Sun sets directly behind … Continue reading

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New Gloucester wind turbine visible from afar

You can see it! Last Saturday, I noticed the structure off the Northeast while I was out in the bay East of Boston Harbor. The new wind turbine in Gloucester is very clearly visible to boaters from outside Boston Harbor, … Continue reading

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November on Boston Harbor

There are still opportunities for boating even in November on Boston Harbor. It is cold, often windy, and the harbors are largely empty with the exception of commercial fleets. shrink wrapped boats line the shores. It was a cold blustery … Continue reading

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