Beauport in the falling snow.
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NEW YOUTUBE SHOW – BEAUTY BY THE SEA EPISODE #9
Male American Bullfrog mating serenade
Reinventing our culture to benefit the many, not just the few.
Pitch Perfect Pandemic Precautions –
Blue Collar Lobster Co – Steamers!
Wolf Hill native noneysuckle (Lonicera semervirens) and super Hummingbird attractant ‘John Clayton’
Common Eider Duckling Rescue with Hilary Frye
Thank you Jodi from Cape Ann Wildlife Inc!
Piping Plover Chronicles –
Exclosure installed by Greenbelt’s Dave Rimmer and Gloucester’s DPW’s Joe Lucido.
Huge Shout Out to Essex Greenbelt and Dave Rimmer, director of land stewardship.
Huge thank you to Joe Luciodo!
People’s Letters Really Helped. Thank you, thank you for writing!
Castaways Vintage Café Street Boutique
Charlotte Pops In <3
BEAUTY BY THE SEA WITH PIPING PLOVERS MATING! AND WE HAVE TWO PIPING PLOVER EGGS!!! EPISODE 8
Happy Memorial Day!
The flags that you see lining the boulevard are organized each year by Pauline Bresnihan. She owns the gift shop Pauline’s Gifts, on Essex Avenue in Gloucester, with many lovely hand painted and whimsical items for your home and garden.
Good Harbor Beach open to half capacity.
Piping Plover endangered/threatened species signs installed at GHB.
Sending thanks and gratitude to everyone who wrote emails <3
Piping Plovers are on the agenda for the City Council meeting on Tuesday night, which will be live streamed at 7pm.
Alexandra and Jon at Alexandra’s Bread
Castaways Vintage Café
Short and Main
Incredible job at Fisherman’s Wharf Gloucester
Tree Peony, Rock’s peony, divinely scented,five blossoms
Please report your Monarch sightings. .
Piping Plover Chronicles continue –excellent detailed footage of Piping Plovers mating.
WEDDING BELLS FOR MOLLY ROSS AND RYAN STOKES AT THE LOBSTER TRAP TREE
Thank you to Sheree Zizak, owner of the Beauport Hotel, who shared that the bride and groom that braved Saturday’s snowstorm to have photos taken in front of Lobster Trap Tree are Molly Ross and Ryan Stokes. Molly and Ryan held their reception at the beautiful Beauport Hotel.
Many of us marveled at how relaxed were the wedding party, especially the bride and bridesmaids, wearing sleeveless dresses and gold heels in the slush and freezing snow. Art Haven’s program director Cathy Kelley, on the spur of the moment, quickly painted a buoy with wedding rings and the date, and David Brooks presented the buoy to the happy couple. Congratulations Molly and Ryan!
Happy Birthday Ann Margaret Ferrante!
We are so fortunate to have House Representative Ann Margaret Ferrante working on behalf of our region, and all of Massachusetts. Brilliant, hard working, compassionate, well respected by her colleagues, budget conscious, and just an overall kind and huge hearted person. A heartfelt thank you to Ann Margaret for all that she accomplishes for our community. Happiest of birthdays to Ann!
Beautiful Beauport Hotel Breakfast Review
Overlooking Pavilion Beach in Gloucester’s beautiful historic working harbor front district, the Beauport Hotel is the North Shore’s newest coastal getaway. Prior to the official opening, my husband Tom and I had the pleasure of previewing the dinner menu (read preview here). The Beauport emanates a feeling of relaxed and casual elegance, and Tom and I shared in the sense of being transported to a world of leisure and luxury.
Most recently, and joined by our son, we had a delightful breakfast on the open air deck. With incomparable views, delicious and fresh locally sourced food–served by friendly and efficient waitstaff–any meal at any time of day at the new Beauport Hotel promises to be a relaxing and enjoyable experience.
Tom enjoyed a hearty and satisfying Beauport Scramble and it was as good as it looks, with Vermont ham, Cabot cheddar cheese, golden potatoes, toast, and choice of bacon or sausage.
Alex had the wonderfully tasty Belgian waffles with sweet strawberries, whipped cream, and authentic Vermont maple syrup. The market fresh bowl of fruit was simply outstanding, no unripe duds as is more often than not the case with offerings of mixed fruit.
Everything looked inviting and it was challenging to decide what to order; I finally chose the Eggs Benedict and they were delicious. The eggs were perfectly poached and served with a light and lemony Hollandaise sauce. The chef kindly allowed spinach instead of Canadian Bacon and I should mention that the spinach was super fresh and plentiful. The chopped chives are a nice touch, too.
The coffee was hot and fresh and poured often. Don’t you love the shape of the cups? The coffee cups are just one of the many attractive and thoughtful design details that abound throughout the hotel. Note, too, the crisp linen napkins and mercury glass candle lanterns.
The Beauport can readily accommodate large parties for breakfast, making the terrace an ideal location for business meetings.
For chilly mornings, heaters and blankets are provided, as well as the fantastic fire pit.
Indoor dining during inclement weather
Beautiful views of Pavilion Beach, the Dog Bar breakwater, and the working harbor are had from every vantage point. We were there on an overcast morning; imagine the light on a sunnier day. We loved watching the comings and going of the fishing boats.
1606 at Beauport hours of operation: Breakfast: 7 AM – 11 AM. Lunch: 11:30 AM – 4 PM. Dinner: 5 – 10 PM. An additional Bar/Tavern Menu is available from 4 PM – 11 PM. The 1606 at Beauport and the adjoining bar are open to the public.
For the most up to date information on 1606 at Beauport, visit their Facebook page here.