Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years!
With thanks and appreciation to all the Lobstermen who donated their traps, Creator David Brooks and Crew, and all the Buoy-painters!
Cape Ann Lobstermen Rock!
Inside looking up
Inside looking up
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Photo by: Samantha Barrett
Our beautiful Lobster Trap Tree is being built on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 9:00 am. For more information you can email David Brooks at David@arthaven.org.
Even though it was cold, we managed to get the Lobster Trap tree put up. We want to thank all the volunteers, Hiltz and the Building Center.
It is Lobster Trap Tree time… This is a fun event. We need volunteers to help put the Lobster Trap Tree together. The date is Saturday, November 30, 2013 at the Police Station at 9:00 am.
The results of our impartial poll asking voters which lobster trap tree is tops, the Gloucester Lobster Trap Tree absolutely obliterated the competition. The results confirm the fantastic taste of our readership. Congratulations on being part of a highly skilled voting group which has once again reaffirm my utmost confidence in 92.98% of you.
It’s that time of year. The Gloucester Lobster Trap Tree Has Been Constructed and Adorned With Buoys Hand Painted With Love and Special Messages Of Peace, Joy and Hope By The Children Of Gloucester. And then there are the sterile generic boring trees erected by prisoners of the Maine criminal system who have been incarcerated for unspeakable crimes against the elderly and sick and destitute.
The Crappy Generic Rockland Lobster Trap Tree
The Ridiculously Disproportionate Beals Island Lobster Trap Tree-
Sources have indicated that The Maine Lobster Trap Trees Were Built By Bands Of People Let Out Of Jail For Crimes Such As Mugging Salvation Army Bell Ringers Outside Of Maine Strip Malls. As Punishment These Convicts Were Forced To Erect Hideous Displays Of Unimaginative Lobster Trap Trees.
“Although already lit on Nov 27, Rockland’s lobster trap tree is worth visiting if only to frustrate authors of the blog Good Morning Gloucester. They’re pitting their Gloucester, MA lobster-trap tree against Rockland’s in a heated battle of stacked traps and colored lights. They’ve even set up a completely unbiased poll asking readers which tree trumps the other: “The Colorful Vibrant Unique Gloucester One or The Crappy Unimaginitive [sic] Rockland One?” I think both trees are delightful in their own right, but Gloucester wins the award for exemplifying true Christmas spirit and neighborly generosity.”
WOOOOHOOO, LOLOLOLOL Take that Monkeyballs
Even Maine websites declare the Gloucester Lobster Trap Tree tops!