Griddlesode #S2-012: Gloucester

In this Griddlesode, Ron tells the story of summers that he spent in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

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5 Comments

  1. Great story and great music. Gotta love that Jim Fidler.

  2. Ah ah! You confirmed my suspicion that there is a conspiracy to make us “outsiders” look silly when attempting to pronounce Quincy, Worcester, and of course Gloucester. I’m sure there are others, but you probably shouldn’t reveal them all to us. (As if I wouldn’t be identified immediately as a West coast native.)
    Thanks for another enjoyable episode.

  3. I know what you mean about food tasting better because of the folks you’re eating with and the adventure you’ve just completed. My family here in England conquered getting our vacation rented barge through at least 20 locks before complete darkness of night took over. We moored and sat enjoying our leaftover-BBQ, laughing about our little adventure. What it was exactly that made the food so good?

  4. Ethan Mills |

    I just love your stories I am eleven years old ,and my favorate one is the fast food phantom

  5. Thanks, Ethan!
    I’m very proud to have you as a listener to this show.
    Ron