GloucesterCast September22, 2013 With Paulie Walnuts, Ed Collard, Toby Pett and Host Joey Ciaramitaro
Paulie Walnuts refuses to tape a Walnuts Cam segment, Not A Fan of The GoPro, Robert Heidt Resigns From The Chamber, Lost Tortoise Bubba Goddard From Thatcher Road In Rockport, Jodi Swenson from Cape Ann Wildlife, iPhone 5c and 5s, cell phone decisions, cheap phone chargers and apple new os update, Olive Kitteredge and Wicked Tuna impact on local economy,Paul Frontiero Sr Art Exhibit
With a shout out to Kathleen Erickson from Savour Wine and Cheese
Made with Only The Finest Ingredients Including Damariscotta Oysters, Captain Joe and Sons 2.5 lb Lobsters, Entre-Deux-Mers Vino, Oysters, Crabmeat, ect, ect, ect…
No dreidel, no Festivus Pole, and most of all NO RUBBER DUCKS…just leg of lamb, fine wine and Shirley’s blueberry pie…good wishes to all..
So yesterday this Homie was on the roof of Toby Burnham’s lobster boat The Jupiter II with a striper plug with it’s treble hooks stuck in its leg and abdomen. it was stuck hobbling around and in obvious pain.
Toby was inside the cabin oblivious to the condition of the seagull and when he popped his head out the seagull flew off the roof of the boat and onto the roof of our dock here at Captain Joe and Sons.
Toby grabbed a piece of herring and lured the injured seagull back down off the roof of the dock and just as the seagull got within striking range he snatched it by the tail and held it by it’s neck.
Then grabbing a pair of metal cutters he snipped the treble hooks to remove them from the feet and abdomen without tearing the belly out of the seagull.
Moments later he was on the deck eating a piece of fish scraps Toby fed him.
A job well done just a week after his 50th birthday.
Nice work Toby!
Nice work Toby!
They talked about music, songwriting, touring — and who knows what else. What deal do you think they sealed with that handshake? Maybe we’ll see Toby Keith on an upcoming Local Music Seen with Allen Estes show on Cape Ann TV next time he’s in New England. Stay tuned . . .
Toby is one of the funniest, nicest guys you’d ever want to meet. Salt of the earth lobsterman. We’re lucky to get to deal with him every day- always entertaining!
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Toby is a good egg. He walks to his own beat but is a super nice guy. For some interesting posts featuring Toby (and they’re all interesting if they feature him) click this text.
I’m Toby, I arrived at the Cape Ann Animal Aid (CAAA) as a young kitten with an upper respiratory infection that caused one of my eyes to be injured beyond repair and it had to be removed. I was placed in foster care, have had my surgery and
I am a healthy, well adjusted six-month-old boy kitten. Did you hear about the CAAA’s 1st Annual Golf Tournament ? It will be held on Mon., Oct. 17. Scramble/12:30 p.m., shotgun start and registration begins at 11: am at Bass Rocks Golf Club. Fee: $160. per golfer includes greens fee, cart, prizes and dinner catered by Timothy S. Hopkins! For more information, please e-mail golf@CapeAnnAnimalAid.com
Don’t forget to come visit me at the shelter at 260 Main Street in Gloucester .
I won’t be at the Tournament, I don’t know how to golf!
Because where else can you get this kind of experience? Friendly lobstermen like our pal Toby chomping on a flounder carcass while you represent with a new free GMG sticker. What’s a vacation without an authentic experience like that? Come down and get your own free GMG sticker at our dock 95 East Main Street Gloucester Ma. If we’re not busy I’ll even give you a quick lesson on lobster gender.