Our last morning in Massachusetts was spent in Gloucester. The drive from Beverly was absolutely beautiful. The homes and landscape as we passed reminded me of why people love to go up north to see the changing of the foliage. The curves of the road draped on each side by tall majestic trees. The stones and architecture of the homes graced our eyes as we passed. I could have driven for hours down the back roads.
My husband talks about the Perfect Storm from time to time. I personally have not watched or read it. I have a fear of the ocean and to think of what happened terrifies me. As clear as the water is here in Florida I know what lies beneath. But for him, this was a trip he wanted to make.
As we arrived in town, we passed the Fisherman’s Memorial. What these men do and what these families endure, I know is hard and dangerous. This town has been through a great deal and yet it thrives still today.
We stopped at the Crow’s Nest. The bar is mentioned in the movie. We took a few pictures of my husband before stepping in to look around. It was a little early for drinks but I could have handle one I think.
Across the street from the Crow’s Nest is the harbor and beautiful boats being stored or worked on (dry docked).
We went down to Captain Solomon Jacobs park and walked around. Got a quick look at the Schooner Ardelle and pictures from the harbor. Ten Pound Island Lighthouse is just a speck on the horizon today. We head over to Main Street for a little shopping but most were not open yet.
We stopped for coffee on our way back to Beverly to drop Jamie off. It was a great quick trip and next time we will plan on staying longer. Now back to Orlando because I am on my next adventure in just a couple days. Are you ready?