For this past Sunday, my friend Brett Plugis and I -accompanied by colleagues Ryan Tran and Emil Cliggot-, went to Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester, MA. More or less 45 minutes up north of Boston, our trip to Good Harbor beach combined Sunny, 50º weather with sand, freezing water, rock climbing and some extraordinary views (not to mention a whole bunch of dogs). Once we arrived, we found suitable parking and realized that it was low tide. This meant that we could walk over and adventure on Salt Island, a small windy island right off the beach filled with thorns and boulders and overall, fun. We went around to the North side of the island and decided to trek down to the Souther part, over the conglomerate of enormous boulders facing east and out into the sea abyss. We spent the entire afternoon climbing rocks and checking out the more daring corners of the island, until we realized the tide was coming back in and we had to get a move on if we didn’t want to swim back to the beach in freezing water. Pictures up top, hope you enjoy.