Among the gifts she bought was "a little lobsterman
that was made in Ontario.
Here, a genial lobsterman
- at a visitor's request - opened a large cooler filled with living, freshly gathered lobsters.
WHEN YOU MEET Jon Rogers, the 57-year-old Maine lobsterman
looks to be in great shape.
Ohnemus is the son of a lobsterman
whose working boat is tied up among the dories bobbing in Quissett Harbor in Woods Hole near WHOI.
Erik Anderson of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, said he was a ground fisherman for years but left the industry under the weight of what he called an onerous regulatory structure and became a lobsterman
8220;From the Maine lobsterman
, right to your Niantic table.
His contact with the island's fisher folk profoundly affected him, and thenceforth he felt the need to become what he was painting: lobsterman
, laborer, house carpenter, furniture maker, well digger, lighthouse keeper, sailor, farmer.
In his description of the cries he hears, he does not distinguish between the fishmonger, the lobsterman
, or the chimney sweep, despite the practice of using young boys as sweeps, or that the work of a sweep is dangerous and inappropriate for children--commonplace knowledge at the time and a target of social reform.
Sensing his grandfather's loss of purpose, Ferguson anxiously ponders a legacy his grandfather could leave that would represent his life as a lobsterman
Jeff Edwards caught the half-orange, half-brown lobster, Metro.
While most families I saw had some level of third-party coverage, there were plenty of lobsterman
, carpenters, and other small business owners who were paying out of pocket.
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