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When I was younger, fishing was all about catching more fish. In recent years my perspective has changed pretty significantly. Just being out there and enjoying the environment is now my main focus – catching a few fish is just a bonus.
This past season I was fortunate to visit and explore some of Cape Cod’s most scenic and peaceful places. Some of these spots were hard to get to and well off the beaten path. Others were easier to access.
Either way they are all awesome to experience.
Police arrest a homeless man they believe is responsible for setting at least four Hyannis house fires, a five month investigation into a heroin distribution ring nets four arrests, plus improvements to Sea Street are taking shape. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
My friend, the old curmudgeon, was at Staples buying printer ink when I ran into him late yesterday morning.
He was giving the sales clerk what for about the price. “Shades of [expletive] King Gillette”, he fulminated, “sell you the razor at cost, then bleed you to death for the blades.”
By Jack Sheedy
So much has been said and written and broadcast in recent days about President John F. Kennedy as we approach the 50th anniversary of his assassination that it seems pointless to add to the fugue unless there is something truly relevant or insightful to relate.
Well, I honestly have nothing relevant or insightful to relate, but then, this is my blog. So, here goes.
After the Civil War when the Southern plantations lost their free laborers, work still needed to be done, but there was no one who would do it for free anymore. So, a new form of slavery was invented.
Former slaves were arrested on the most minor of offenses and sent for extended periods of time to prisons where the inmates did work on former plantations and municipal infrastructures as part of their punishment.
Fishing in Brewster Massachusetts has to be one of the most unique fishing experiences in the entire state.
In certain areas, during particular tides, the sandbars seem to stretch for miles in each and every direction. On a sunny and warm day it is easy to trick yourself into believing that you are fishing the tropics, and not Cape Cod.
Incoming town councilors were sworn in this afternoon, a dredging project continues in Hyannis Harbor and several ceremonies will be held in Hyannis Friday to honor President John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. These stories and more on this episode of Barnstable Today.
While the United States is attempting some sort of agreement with Iran, after all we haven’t been on speaking terms since 1979, except for the phone conversation our and their presidents had a few weeks ago, Israel does not like the idea that we are taking care of our business.
Barnstable Eliminated, D-Y Still In It, Pats Play On MNF...
11/17 1:00 ET At Tampa Bay PK Atlanta 43.5
If the Falcons are going to have a good game this season, this may be their best chance.
11/17 1:00 ET NY Jets -1 At Buffalo 41