I think Mark forgot to take his meds this morning.
Oy! I just read the caption under the photo in the Cape Ann Beacon from The Block Party the other night which calls me Captain Joe.
I can’t even to begin to tell you how embarrassing it is when that happens.
I’m NOT A CAPTAIN! My Grandfather was Captain Joe Ciaramitaro.
A man whose shoes I could never fill.
I’m not Captain Joe, I’m just Joey. The business name is Captain Joe & Sons after my Grandfather and his two sons- my father and uncle. It’s not me other than the fact that Frank and I bought the business from our fathers which is named Captain Joe and Sons.
Maybe I should have made that the title of my blog “I’m Not a Captain”
I appreciate Mark running the photo though it was a nice shot of one of my shots plastered on the wall during the block party.
Lou and Shirley from Lexington Kentucky talk about their love of The Deadliest Catch, Pratty’s and Gloucester.
Lou and Shirley love the Deadliest Catch Television program. Our friends over at Deadliest Reports ought to love this interview.
Just a reminder. The elimination races to determine who will represent
the U.S. in Canada are this Saturday beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Niles
Beach. Winners will be given 4 nights accommodations in Lunenburg, Nova
Scotia and $500 per person expense money. The races are open to all
members and non-members but non-members must join and pay dues at
registration. A representative from each crew MUST register at St.
Peter’s Square, Friday night at 6 p.m. We will conduct a mixed doubles
elimination race even though the category is not sanctioned at this time.
Over and out.
James A. Tarantino, President
International Dory Race Committee
(thanks for the reminder Geoff)
It looks like it’s going to be a beautiful morning to grab a cup of coffee and head on down to Niles Beach to catch the races. Bring the family. Get into it. It’s fun fun fun!