Seafood, Scenery, and Seafaring in Cape Ann, Massachusetts
GoNomad’s Max Hartshorne joins Paul and Elizabeth to reveal the delights of Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Max takes us to the artists’ colony of Rockport, where a red fishing shack may be one of the art world’s most painted objects, and Essex, where Max says he had the best fried clams ever at Woodman’s of Essex, where the dish is said to have been invented. And Max shares the poignant history of Gloucester, the famous port where men went out to sea – too often, never to return – and their wives stayed home to watch, wait, and sometimes mourn.
Tune in to learn about the joys of visiting what Max calls “New England’s other Cape” – not as famous, perhaps, as Cape Cod – but just as beautiful and just as rich with culture, history, and great seafood.