Skip to comments.Researcher warns more sharks are visiting Maine waters
Posted on 07/28/2020 5:38:09 AM PDT by woodbutcher1963
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‘...more sharks are visiting Maine waters’
put an x in Maine they’d be visiting Maxine Waters, which would be great news...
‘I mentally inserted an X in the middle of Maine and suddenly I had more sharks visiting Maxine Waters.’
great minds think alike...beat me by a minute...
The New Hampshire coast line is only about 13 miles long, and some of that is rocky. So if the sharks blinked, they would pass by, and not even see it.
Hmmmm ... maybe AntiFa should have a big beach party in Maine....
Funny, I have lived in NH since 1985 and I have never been on Seabrook Beach. Where do you park if you are not a town resident?
I have been on almost every other beach from Camden, ME down to Stonington, CT including Martha’s Vineyard and Block Island. However, I have never been to Nantucket or on Seabrook Beach.
Jenness Beach/Cable Beach is by far the nicest beach in NH. It is about 150 yards deep at low time. Also, no rocks to speak of. That is why it is so popular with the surfers.
The other great beach is the southern end of Plum Island down near the where the Essex river come out just north of Cape Ann. The issue with Plum Island, Crane Beach and Cape Ann are the Green Head flies which are abundant until about mid August. Also, most of Plum Island is shut down until mid August because of the Piping Plover nests on the beach.
Another great beach is the town beach for Glouchester. I believe it is called Wingaersheek Beach. It is right where the Annisquam empties into the ocean on the north side of Cape Ann. At low tide you can walk about 1/4 mile out into the bay at low tide and be in 3-4’ of water.
Of course there is a connection...between vacationing at the Jersey Shore and your son being in Special Forces. (I vacationed at Wildwood.)
If you mea what branch of service, he has always called it Special Forces. It is not Seals or Green Berets. He earlier served in 82nd Airborne
Wingaersheek Beach was the beach we went to when I was a kid. There is a house on the road to the beach that we named the ‘gingerbread house’because it looks like something out of Candyland.
Ok, interesting that you say you have never been to Seabrook beach. Neither had I until 4 years ago. I am very close to a family that moved there. They told me they found a home in a spot that some considered one of the hidden gems in the country. I soon found out what they meant. You have a beautiful beach surrounded by a normal, suburban neighborhood. With NO parking except for residents and their guests. There is some public parking on the main drag but not much. So if you are fortunate enough to live there, that beautiful beach is basically your own personal backyard and it never really gets crowded. I was often the only one walking the beach when it wasn’t summer.
Remember, it’s hidden gem. So don’t tell anyone.
Now I know what’s going to happen. I’m finally going to get the small fortune to buy a home there and your son is going to outbid me!
Here’s a quick video of what it looks like most days when it isn’t the summer.
I think seals are protected
Protecting seals has led to an increase in their numbers...more Purina Jaws Chow!
At the Jersey shore my husband killed a 4 foot shark. He cut it into slices down the backbone. We pan fried them and had a stack in the refrigerator. My sons, then 5 and 8 would go in and grab a piece whenever they were hungry. My older son is now in Afghanistan with Special Forces. I dont know if there is a connection.
It is awesome tasting; and something cool about eating a man eater...
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