Category Archives: Captain Joe’s
A mad rush by Lobstermen this morning to try to move their pots to safer waters ahead of the upcoming Nor ‘Easter @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA
5:40AM hooking up barrels of pogies to be used as bait for our lobstermen @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA
#GloucesterMA Harbor At Dawn. 5:37AM Windmills, Lobster Boats, and Cripple Cove From @CaptJoeLobster
Meeting Of The Minds. Skippers Mark Ring and Pete Mondello jawing it up before heading out lobstering @CaptJoeLobster #GloucesterMA
#beautifulindustry #beautifulclouds #beauport The Holy Mackerel Hits The Dock To Offload #GloucesterMA Harbor @CaptJoeLobster
It doesn’t get any sweeter than this and just look at those huge hunks of fresh lobster meat. Get yourself on over to Passports Restaurant on Main Street!
The Next Generation Of #GloucesterMA #Lobstermen. Captain Pete Mondello with Grandson Jackson @CaptJoeLobster
Mmmm–it just occurred to me–a not-so subtle hint for lobster dinners when she is home over Memorial Day weekend? Liv must be dreaming about summer’s freshest straight-off-the-boats tasty lobsters from Captain Joe and Sons!
Traps Are Headed in the Right Direction. Out To Sea. Can’t make Any Money Stacked Up In The Parking Lot!
5:45AM 4/26/15 F/V Allison Carol heads out to set a load of lobster gear. #GloucesterMA @CaptJoeLobster
Chickity Check It!- “More than 250 million years before the first dinosaur, the most fearsome killers on Earth may have been lobsters”
More than 250 million years before the first dinosaur, the most fearsome killers on Earth may have been lobsters. Yawunik kootenayi, a common ancestor to spiders, shrimp and butterflies, was a predatory “lobster-like” creature that ruled the seas half a billion years ago.
As reported this week in the journal Paleontology, fossils of Yawunik were recently unearthed from Marble Canyon, part of the renowned Burgess Shale rock formation of British Columbia. This massive fossil bed holds specimens of many sea creatures that lived during the Cambrian period, the geologic era that saw a rapid diversification of marine life forms.
For the entire story and photos click here
Journal reference: Paleontology
For all of you folks that have never witnessed THE MOVIE for 2013, please take the time to do so. You will be entertained.
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And please come out and support this years event, it’a for the NEXT STEP, they change lives…you could, too!
Just a glimpse of work on the dock