Shelley Vincent

by Shelley Vincent

Shelley and Jake, Long Beach ,Gloucester

Shelley and Jake, Long Beach ,Gloucester

Meet Shelley and her pal, Jake, from Long Beach, Gloucester Massachusetts. They are some of the fun people (well, dogs are people too, aren't they) that can be found on the Northeastern US seaboard beaches.

Here's a little info about the area where Shelley and Jake hang out, Gloucester, Massachusetts.

Gloucester is a city on Cape Ann in Essex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. It is part of Massachusetts' North Shore.

Gloucester occupies most of the eastern end of Cape Ann, except for the far tip, which is the town of Rockport.

he city is split in half by the Annisquam River, which flows northward through the middle of the city into Ipswich Bay.

The land along the northwestern shore of the river is marshy, creating several small islands.

The eastern side of Gloucester Harbor is divided from the rest of Massachusetts Bay by Eastern Point, extending some 2 miles (3 km) outward from the mainland.

There are many bays and places to explore.

How about you? Have you found sea glass near Gloucester, Mass?

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