Fooseball Table For $20 Tree Project Donation

If anyone wants to get a kick ass used fooseball table and contribute to an awesome cause where you can see the results every day,  a $20 donation to the GMG Tree project gets you this fooseball table.

Come and get it.  Right here at the dock.

Doug Cook’s Landscape Design Plan for GMG Tree Project

Please click on the picture and select “all sizes” option to see the plan in full size and greater clarity with the names of all the plantings.

We are a bit away from the costs of getting the project done but I’m confident that some of the folks that dig the site will step up.  So far Doug figures we have enough to cover the costs of the plants and trees (thanks to the donation of a Tree and Doug’s services along with Aaron Burke’s pledge of a backhoe and labor.  Now we just need enough to cover the cost of the mulch, loam and a few shrubs.

Thanks so much to Doug from Landesign.biz Aaron Burke and everyone who has contributed.

Sam Lowers Bait Onto The Lady Marie

Sam operates his lobster operation as a solo act.

He gathers whatever fish gurry he can find and then pulls his truck loaded with the totes of gurry down to his parking spot at the State Fish Pier.  He parks and then heads down the ramp to warm up his boats’ engine.  Then he heads back up the ramp and around to his truck that has the fish gurry on it which he will pull over to the loading boom (in the picture).  He parks the truck there with the totes of gurry and then walks back around and down the ramp to his warmed up boat and then pulls the boat up to the dock where the loading boom is.  He gets off the boat, climbs up the ladder and hooks up the totes of gurry to lower down on his boat.  The boom swings out over his boat and once the bait is aboard his boat he then hops in his truck and parks it in the State Fish Pier parking lot.  Then he climbs down the ladder and heads out lobstering with his bait aboard.

Sounds confusing right?  It’s a lot of work.