12 Burst results for "Cape Cod Coast"

Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Shark Tourism Grows on Cape Cod

"Just a few years after two people were attacked by sharks one of them died Cape Cod Massachusetts is starting to tentatively embraced shark tourism there are shark eco boat tours off the Cape Cod coast we saw about six sharks VS some of them about eight feet others longer any on tonight glue says the tour gave her a new viewpoint on sharks from the boat many Moran says she doesn't view sharks as threatening our captain really respectful of their space and I put a lot of pressure on them following the recent shark attacks on shore Paul needs wiki with the Cape Cod chamber of commerce as they were concerned about a negative impact on tourism we've been working to educate people about sharks and having them be sharks mark and what was actually seen is is there been no negative impact the shark boat tours are cheap fifteen hundred to twenty five hundred dollars per boat I'm a Donahue

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

04:47 min | 6 months ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Also dead, according to the FBI, Ah, police source told CBS for one agent is critically hurt. A deadly shooting is now under investigation by the FBI's inspection division, the FBI said. For now, we will not be releasing the names of the agents who died law enforcement across the country. Reacting to the incident, mass state police tweeting our deepest condolences to the FBI. Our prayers are with them, their families and their brother and sister agents. The Boston City Council looking to ready to pass the home rule petition, it could avoid a special mayoral election this year Should Mayor Walsh leave his post before March 5th to take a new job in the Biden administration. The Globe reports. At least 11 counselors indicated they plan to support a measure that would override the requirement for a special election At tomorrow's City Council meeting. A man is being charged in Maine with making a false distress call to the Coast Guard. Based on that call In December, the Coast Guard says they initiated a search spanning more than five hours. It included the use of a local coast guard vessel main Marine Patrol vessel as well as the helicopter from Coast Guard air Station, Cape Cod. Coast Guard says a criminal complaint was filed against Nathan Libby of Rockland, Maine. He's facing up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted off the crime. Big fire last night in northern New Hampshire destroyed the town hall in the town of Jefferson. No injuries were reported, but that building is a complete loss. Officials are investigating the cause of the fire. 4 33 traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Where we going, Mike, why don't we start south of the city here have been things are pretty good here, leaving town. The expressway sounds really tells the story here. It's clear coming out of the O'Neill tunnel. You are good to go all the way down through East Milton and Quincy today, the volume Ah lot lighter than usual for a Tuesday afternoon here. The North bound Express way. Well, that's good for those coming in as well. Ruth three South is clear on the South Shore, the lower ends of 1 28 93. They're in good shape and rich 24 95 south of both clear coming down from 93. No, I should mention Morrissey Boulevard. It was shut down for quite a while or earlier in the day, but it has reopened that coastal flooding has subsided. So Morrissey Boulevard in some other roadways have reopened. It's here we're doing downtown. Let's get your double DBC news radio Road report. Well, we did have a backup that popped up If you're trying to make your way from east Boston over to the north, and it was because of a disabled vehicle inside the Sumner tunnel. Now it looks like they may have already gotten that pushed out of the tunnel and out of the way because the delays have eased out again. Now the Callahan tunnel heading out toward the airport. That's fine. No big issues with the Ted Williams Tunnel even won a North looks good up at the lights of Boardman's street. That's a nice change. How about the lever connector? That's fine, both directions. So it's Storrow Drive. Kristen acting, the WBC news radio road report. Now things are good north of the city is well. 1 28 clear from Waltham up into Wakefield. I've got 40 minutes, their roots three and 93 or both Decent up towards 4 95. No complaints on Route one today and the mass turned bike's good. You can really do the speed limit out through Natick and out through graft in this afternoon. My king. WBC's traffic.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I don't think the non cause weight is open. At this point that has significant slash over and yet, people they're coming out to look. They got their cameras they have during their face time They're taking their self visas. The waves crashed over And in some cases, well, let's just say it's not ending well reporting from the shore drive, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio, All right, We'll keep you up to date as the day goes on, Don't forget. Download the I Heart radio. Absolutely, always take us with you. Anywhere you go. A deadly FBI agent involved shooting this morning. It happened in South Florida. I'm Brooke Schaeffer reporting from sunrise, where the FBI confirms two agents were killed and three were hurt while serving a search warrant. This morning. The agent involved shooting happened around 6 A.m. Theo FBI says the officers were serving a search warrant in a violent crimes against Children Case. Subject in this case is also dead, according to the FBI, Ah, police source told CBS for one agent is critically hurt. The deadly shooting is now under investigation by the FBI's inspection division, the FBI said. For now, we will not be releasing the names of the agents who died. Law enforcement across the country Reacting to this Mass state police tweeting our deepest condolences to the FBI, our prayers with them, their families and their brother and sister agents. Hash TAG heroes. The Boston City Council is looking ready to pass a special home rule petition. It could avoid a special mayoral election this year Should Mayor Welsh leave his post before March 5th to take a new job with the Biden administration. Globe reports. At least 11 counselors indicated they plan to support a measure that would override the requirement for a special election at tomorrow's City Council meeting in Washington, a Senate committee has scheduled a hearing on the nomination of mayor Walls for labor secretary on Thursday. The full Senate is expected to vote on the appointment in the coming weeks. A man's being charged in made with making a false distress call to the Coast Guard. This happened back in December. Based on the call. The Coast Guard initiated a search spanning more than five hours and included the use of a local coast Guard vessels. A main Marine of patrol vessel in a helicopter from the Coast Guard Air Station to Cape Cod Coast Guard says a criminal complaint was filed against Nathan Libby of Rockland, Maine. Faces up to five years in prison and a quarter million dollar fine if convicted 2 33 traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes where too much To start out to the West. Here. I've been We've got a problem. Downtown Worcester. This is to 90 East that is backed up almost a mile through Western. What's a crash? Could be a bad one eastbound after Route nine. At least one lane has gone there. You want to avoid this if you can. Elsewhere to the West. Things are good with the outer edge of 4 95, the mass turnpike. The volume is pretty light over. All right now, it may be a quiet afternoon in the highways will see we're doing pretty well. So far. There is, however, some coastal flooding We've got to deal with here. Up to the north in Revere a section of Winthrop parkways shut down, watch for detours there. 93 South has completely eased out to Woburn. It was just a while ago. We had a crash by Commerce Way It's gone. And the upper end of Rue 1 20 Eights in pretty good shape right now. Now the expressway South bound is wide open coming out of the tunnel. The volume is light. Moving along pretty steady all the way to the Braintree split the pavement. There were the highway is down to bare pavement. I should say North bound. Is pretty good for those coming in. Now there is a section of the boulevard out found that is shut down with flooding. They're affecting the roadway there as well and implement this section of Route three. A is shut down between Clifford Road in Cliff Street Watch for detours..

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good stuff. Upper seventies of the water's edge, Low eighties inland with some sunshine and low humidity for the weekend. I thank you with a meteorologist Tina Board W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio. And again very close to 90 in Boston right now, at 12 55 on the ring Central news line. Did you know that sharks are able to form close social networks and bonds, unlike any other species? Dean Puccio explains. A new study from Proceedings of Royal Society shows Gray sharks will meet up in the same groups time and time again. Originally thought to be solitary animals, Researchers found Sharks will form hunting cohorts and forage for food together. A study where 41 Great reef sharks were tagged and tracked, found nearly 1000 unique social groups over the span of four years. They bond over hunting for supper. All right, there's been nearly 300 shark sightings off the New England Coast line already this summer. And, of course, this past week. We've already have been reporting on half a dozen sightings off the Cape Cod coast from Chatham, where all those seals are on a Monomoy Island up to P town. Ballston Beach and sure. Oh, the sharks were swimming out there. Alright, An orthopedic surgeon, and Lowell has published a case study using lasers to treat Koven 19 related respiratory failure on the Ring Central News line. Here's Devil BBC's Madison Rogers. In the study, Dr Scott Sigmund treats covert symptoms with the laser he uses as an orthopedic surgeon to reduce inflammation. And if you think about Cove in 1980 GSR adult respiratory distress syndrome, what it is. Inflammation that's going haywire. He had to go through the FDA and consult lung specialist conduct the study at Lowell General the results for case report, number one, which is what we just had published was so profound for this individual patient that we felt that we needed to get the information out assumes possible patient was on the brink of being put on a ventilator. But after four days of laser treatment sessions, he had no cough and could walk with physical therapy. It's really fascinating process. It needs to be studied more. We're looking to partner passed that baton onto a larger academic center. That would be To start this study and really make it meaningful. Madison Rogers W. B Z Boston's news radio Medicine. Thank you. Coming up at one o'clock. New guidance from the state on school. Reopening Sze That's next 2020 election is being called, are most important.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We are up to sixty degrees under partly cloudy skies at eleven o'clock good afternoon everyone I'm Marco and good morning everyone I'm Marc Cohn and here's what's happening the Coast Guard is suspended the search for a man in his three children or three children following a distress call saying there voted capsize twelve miles off the coast of Maine the call came in yesterday morning WBZ's sherry small outside the Coast Guard station in Boston brings us up to date good morning sherry good morning our yes after twenty two hours of combing fifteen hundred square nautical mile search is now called off for the boater and three children the made a call coming in at ten thirty Saturday morning launching a search with the Coast Guard crews from south court wench Portsmouth New Hampshire and also helicopter search out of the Coast Guard air station on Cape Cod Coast Guard this morning saying it just does not have enough information to continue searching and that so far on land no one has reported any missing boaters Coast Guard also says that any new information comes in they will resume their search according live from the Coast Guard station here in Boston sherry small WBZ Boston each radio thank you sherry four people are dead five are injured after a shooting in the Kansas city bar this morning Kansas police say a suspect walked into a bar at about one thirty this morning and started shooting a total of nine people have been shot the suspect not in custody at last report the Jews of senator ed Markey is voicing his anger over the harassment of Boston Celtics player Enis Kantor outside a mosque in Cambridge on Friday Markey tweeted a picture of him with Kantor saying he is outraged over the incident during which Kantor says he felt threatened by two Turkish men WBZ's Kendall Buell reports said Kantor is talking about the incident crazy and scary two of the wards the Celtics center uses to describe the incident in which two Turkish men yelled and gestured at him as he was leaving prayer at the Islamic society of Boston while Kantor has been locked in a war of words with the Turkish government which has issued an arrest warrants in canceled as Turkish passport this Swedish born Turk says this is the first time he's encountered a situation like this in the United States but he wanted to make it clear to reporters where he lays the blame is not about politics.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To a group of women at Nantasket beach yesterday police were called around four o'clock on Monday afternoon about a flasher in the area of Alden street in beach Avenue when officers arrived they weren't able to find the man but someone snapped a picture gave it to police as evidence is described as having a thin build brown hair and a bond beard and mustache also tattoos on both of his arms if you recognize the man you should be contacting police in whole now eleven thirty three it's time for traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers up to win the doll will drive traffic on the threes and here's David struggling now just picked up a problem for the expressway this report sponsored by LifeLock with Norton expressway north bound starts off four hundred off the brakes for Meese Milton to mass out but that's where grinds to a halt all the way into the o'neill tunnel where there is a crash in the left lane possibly involving a scooter on the Cape route six as weather related delays between our which in Yarmouth and route six west bound is locked up from before exit to towards the Sagamore bridge because of an earlier problem west of town the mass pike westbound has reports of a car into a ditch before route thirty north of the city for ninety five north bound a crash in the median before Woburn street has a jam for more than two miles for ninety five south by the disabled vehicle before Broad Street ninety three northbound backed up getting by Leslie work after Roosevelt circle if the recent data breaches expose your personal info don't wait for your ID to potentially be stolen get help now LifeLock with Norton helps protect your identity in devices join at LifeLock dot com and use promo code risks to save ten percent on your first year David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the three all right David now the WBZ four day forecast you heard of that traffic report Dave they're mentioning the showers and thunderstorms are starting to hit parts of the Cape and have been for a while moving east of Yarmouth now so parts of horror which Dennis port that bass river area you're probably feeling those rumbles of thunder right now is to continues to ride up the Cape Cod coast line and make its way east it'll be out of here soon enough but still some showers and thunderstorms right now that they're dealing with along the Cape and we'll see a bit of it to later on today it is starting to cloud up there we did have some sunshine.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"By abbvie. In the middle AM succeeded Bjork, waffles got a list, not his list, but a list, that we're going to break down in a few minutes can give you like a V stack waffles trading a couple of things I wanna spend a lot of time but I do feel like they're worthy of mentioning for starters. I'll just give you headline. This goes in conjunction with thing that you re tweeted yesterday lightning. But Boston Globe today, thirteen foot great white spotted eating a seal five miles off the Cape Cod coast. It's time starter sales. You tweeted out the picture of the beach down there on the Cape nuts. And it was just thousands of seals just sit there. Unbelievable. Just just randomly lightning go into the ocean down by the Cape to summer. Now are usually go to the cave, anyway. But if I was no waffles. No. I mean, I, I don't even go at this rate. I definitely not going above my, my knees. Maybe I'm like worst, but the freaks me, I'm not, I guess what? I'm asking. Have we gotten to have they scared us enough like yeah. We, we don't go to the Cape often as a family, we usually go, like once a year, maybe, maybe twice a year. But so you can get your lobster effects from the Cape. Right. I don't need it from the Gabe. I got it up on the north shore, just fine. But go to the Cape Cape. They're actually a burger place down there. You have to go for the tour. No. That's the one reason that I would go though you're right about that. We'd when we did our hot dog to our couple of years ago, the doghouse in. I think it's Yarmuth. But yeah, we had to go down there. I digress. If we go to we were talking, my wife saw this picture, and we're talking about it. We occasionally go to what will on rare occasion, go to Plymouth, and there's a little beach. They're very, nice very kid friendly. It's a huge section of beach. And then it's very shallow water. It's perfect for kids. But there are seals there and she said, you know, the one that did her got my wife. It's the it's the Carolina story the girl that the father fought the thing off, but she lied lagging awesome fingers. That was pretty shallow water. She she was like, I think just around her knees and thought it was one of our buddies, or brother, tugging on her leg until she realized she looked down and realize it was different. And that that has cocoa freaked out. And I'm I'm kind of with their to be like, no. At some point, you do have risk reward. And when you tell me they're already here, you show me, the picture of the sharks lightning. I see a young lady in North Carolina without a leg. What are we doing here? We got a pond in our town. We'll, we'll go swim there and run the risk of whatever stuff's going on there. But I love the beach. And but I'm more of like a has to be. I'm not kidding above ninety degrees for me to go in the water and even that takes me like a bit to get in the water cooled down a little bit about, I'm not hanging out just go in and I go out, but I'm more likely to actually go swimming at a lake like I'm more of like a lake region person, but we're we're enjoys territory. Right. I don't wanna spoil movies for your waffles because you haven't seen it. But July fourth is fast approaching right if we have an incident down on the Cape. Around July fourth. What happens to the Cape? Don't you feel, what lightning that we are one incident away from mass hysteria? No pun intended mass people just keep wanting to go down there, regardless. I, I think we're really close to trouble. You think you think that that's going to put a big hold on tourism because I see tourists. They really cared that going down there. Take their own chances. I think people are going to go to the Cape, but they're not going to swim. You'll go to the beach is on the one, you're not you're going to okay. I see that to be maybe build some sand castles or whatever, but you're not gonna swim. I see that strict, then you're saying, if we're not swimming, though. Are we going, I guess what I'm asking you is out throw it open. Let's let's try quickly six seven to sixteen. Are you one of the Cape this year? If you are, are you planning on swimming in the ocean. And then my third question is, if there is one more incident does that change you in any way. I for me, I'm telling you. I'm right in the gym actually just over the edge where I'm kind of like no kids. I, I don't. I don't I don't think I want in the water. There's plenty of nice parks water. Parks. Plenty of other options. Go to Hampshire go to the mountains. Go to go to the lakes up there. I mean, go up. There have that also they have all these family friendly like hotels with pools and all these. Things where you can do other stuff you don't have to go in the ocean. I don't mean to be I don't wanna be Rippin Cape Cod doors. I'm not ripping out. No. But Eddin Salem your first one is when you're in would you go down there? A and b would you go in the water? If you did. All no way envy. Being last here. Punch it up. There were two women entire axe off of the beach at Plymouth, and the gray white showed up and tried to knock them out of the kayaks, and you can hear the woman calling on her phone screaming that the gray wykes trying to take them on. And luckily, voter in the coast saved them while the gray. Was there. I, I never thought I would say this ad and I remember even last fall, we were talking about, and I didn't think this would affect doors. I don't think it'll affect keep toys them for now. But I do think Ed, one more attack. Is we're reaching where read you guys levels and, and has the Cape done anything. I know we've talked a lot about things, but, like we're not doing any of that sonars stuff or we pumping in sound of the stuff that sharks don't love. I know they were talking about that. What's that sound? Ars. I don't know. But there's no there's no way I'm going into a kayak and every time I see a woman or a guy in a car in the water where where a gray white could be look north shore this week Sotoudeh as there was there was a very large shock at Manchester by the sea, and all said was be aware of your surroundings. What is that? Say. Yeah, I'm in wells beats was it last year or the year before to like. Ban. I don't know. I'm on Salisbury beach all the time. Like I mean all the time but I I mean I don't know what the situation is about the great whites out there. I just assume they're everywhere. So I take I don't take my chances in the water really don't. I really don't. I don't go in the water play out a scenario formula. Okay. Let's someone gets bit July fourth. Let's say it's just like jaws. Someone dies at the at the mouth of great white. What happens then do we go on a seal hunt? The likes of which no one's ever seen before. Do we go on a great white hunt? Do we just keep on keeping our fingers crossed? Do we start putting in these massive sonars speakers, and putting up nets? They're gonna try to some sort of technology first before they start because you're gonna have all the animal rights activists going out there. It's occupancy there that we just keep fingers crossed. I. Which is we. You want. We know that, but I'm telling. Fishing, damn either mammals got a goat in order to make that happen. Like we're not gonna give up ocean swimming. Are we? I mean, I think at this rate, I'm just taking my chances, I'm going in for a quick dip and that's it. Chris rock board. Chris, you're next on our KO. I don't know why people had down Cape. Anyway, fight four hours worth of traffic and sit in eight mile long lines. I mean you could drive anywhere in the Boston area to Cape in sure, Rockport Gloucester, and forty five minutes, maybe an hour worst case scenario during rush. You know, hot day when everybody's trying to get to the beach and is notable beaches. Absolutely gorgeous beaches tons of restaurants. I'm a fan of Cape pans. You know, Chris, although I don't know why tape ends immune to gray whites. I don't think it is. A lot of water is a lot cooler. And there aren't as many, you know, one knows that the best, you know, the favorite food of white shark is a seal, but as they are north and they seem to be coming north been larger and larger numbers both the seals and the sharks, they're going to continue to head north both of them. So I would assume what comes to Cape Cod. We'll come to Cape and at some point that point may not be right now. The other thing that Cape and doesn't have that outside of maybe Salisbury beach lightning. I would've guessed, but, but the entire Cape is a kids playground, right? I mean you've got miniature golf every five feet and that those trampoline parks, you've got that I don't see our park, which is crazily phenomenal. If you're a kid, your parents on my God, but you don't I've never been. It's all concentrated, though. It's all right there like the north shore is a little different than that band's a little different than that. It's not quite the same. No, I agree. I'm not a K person. I mean I don't wanna battle, the traffic and others. Traffic everywhere. You go, but like my entire life. I've been more of an Hampshire, Maine. Like I go north rather than south going away. I don't really it's just it's so much traffic. And it just it's unbearable getting over that bridge there in born. It's like unbelievable. Nine seven eight Vehbi. It would be a great summer if some form of wildlife maimed you doesn't matter. Shark sealer squirrel just something there rooting for you to get to get hurt. We can bring the goat in if you want. One nine seven eight, I'll keep your posted obviously, if that were to happen when presumably will the way things are going. We got coyotes it live, right? Across the street from us. We Howland almost every night owl now. Oh, we have several owls. Absolutely. There's plenty of opportunities for me to be maimed. So you may get your wish nine seven eight six three you don't wash your hands. You know, us DOD and no sharks going near you. The fair point is my general odor, a shark repellent. If social start bottling that now, if you fish, maybe you should start like grinding a bottle up against me, and then saying, you've got essence of v in that bottle at my stay in this glass case room here away from that as you look. It's about saving lives. If you having the bottle up the essence of my armpit is going to save a life, waffles wouldn't you do it, right? You know, lightning is the executive gotta go. Yeah. You gotta go. The. Titles, Mr. director? I'm just trying to directing you told going in there just trying to find out I can see. We'll take a couple more calls on this for sure in Texas. Keep basically ripped me but we'll. This picture of this gray white that the globe put up doing nobody any favors that thing that you tweeted out lightning, those that many, let's put it this way lightning, although seals that you showed you think all those seals are going to enjoy summer on the Cape. Or do you think some of those eels are this is their last summer on? This is their last hurrah. There's that, that I don't know. It's given me pause for some reason, and..

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Fired and starts his weapon at the officers at which time the officers returned fire striking the suspect officers weren't hurt and the suspect was pronounced dead on scene i'm nicole davis hour number three in the middle on a._m. six eighty w._r. here waffles has got a list not his list but a list that we're going to break down in a few minutes but like a v. stack waffles thing there's a couple of things i don't want to spend a lot of time on but i do feel like they're worthy of mentioning for starters i'll just give you headline and this goes in conjunction with the thing that you re tweeted yesterday lightning but boston globe today thirteen foot great white spotted eating a seal five miles off the cape cod coast It's time to start getting into the sales, you tweeted out the picture of the beach down there in the Cape. Not. And it was just thousands of seals just sitting there is unbelievable. just just randomly lightning you going into the ocean down by the cape this summer now i never usually go to the cave anyway but if i was no waffles no No. I mean I just I don't even go. I mean at this rate, I definitely not going above my, my knees. and then they'd be i'm like worst but the freaks me i'm not i guess what i'm asking is have we gotten to have they scared us enough like yeah we we don't go to the cape often as a family we usually will go like once a year maybe maybe twice a year but so you can get your lobster effects from the cape right i don't need it from the game i got it up on the north shore just fine but we'll go to the cape cape sarah actually is there a burger place down there you have to go for the tour no that's the one reason that i would go though you're right about that we'd when we did our hotdog tour a couple of years ago the doghouse and i think it's yarmuth but yeah we had to go down there i guess if we go to the we were talking my wife saw this picture and we're talking about it we occasionally go to well we'll on rare occasion go to plymouth and there's a little beach they're very nice very kid friendly it's a huge section of beach and then it's very shallow water it's perfect for kids but there are seals there and she said the you know the one that did her gut my wife it's the it's the carolinas story the girl that the father fought the thing off but she likes her leg in lawson fingers that was pretty shallow water she she was like i think in just around her knees and thought it was one of her buddies or brother tugging on her leg until she realized she looked down and realized it was different and that that has cocoa freaked out and i'm i'm kind of with like there to be like no at some point you do have risk reward and when you tell me they're already here you show me the picture of the sharks lightning i see a young lady in north carolina without a leg what are we doing here like we got a pond in our town will we'll go swim there and run the risk of whatever stuff's going on there but i love the beach and but i'm more of like a has to be up i'm not kidding i above ninety degrees for me to go in the water and even that takes me like a bit to get in the water cooled down a little bit amount i'm not hanging out i just go in and i go out but i'm more likely to actually go swimming at a lake like i'm more of like a lake region person but in we're in jaws territory right i don't want to spoil the movie for your waffles because you haven't seen it but july fourth is fast approaching right if we have an incident down on the cape Around July fourth. What happens to the Cape? don't you feel what lightning that we are one incident away from mass hysteria alert no pun intended mass people just keep wanting to go down there regardless i think we're i think we're really close to trouble you think yeah you think that's gonna put a big hold on tourism because i see tourists data really care that going down there they're gonna take their own chances i think people are going to go to the cape but they're not gonna swim you'll go to the beaches won't go in the water not going you're going to see them go on the beach you'll maybe build some sand castles or whatever but you're not going to swim i see that strict and so down you're saying if we're not swimming though are we going i guess what i'm asking you is an i'll i'll throw it open let's let's try quickly six one seven to sixty six are you going to the cape this year if you are are you planning on swimming in the ocean and then my third question is if there is one more incident does that change you in any way i for me i'm telling you i'm right on the edge and i'm actually just over the edge where i'm kind of like no kids i i don't i don't i don't think i want to in the water there's plenty of nice parks like water parks plenty of other options go to hampshire go to the mountains go to go to the lakes up there i mean go up there have that and also they have all these family friendly like hotels pools and all these Things where you can do other stuff you don't have to go in the ocean. I don't mean to be, you know, I don't wanna be Rippin Cape Cod doors. I mean, I'm not ripping out. No. But Eddin Salem your first on this one year, arcade. Or would you go down there at a and b would you go in the water? If you did. no no way envy being last here punch it up there were two women in kayaks off of the beach at plymouth and the great white showed up and try to knock them out of the kayaks and you can hear the woman calling on her phone screaming that the gray wykes trying to take them on and luckily a boater in the coast saved them while the gray white was there i never thought i would say this ad beginning i remember even last fall we were talking about it and i i didn't think this would affect cape doors i don't think it will affect keep toys them for now but i do think ed one more attack is we're reaching where reaching crisis levels right and and has the cape done anything i know we've talked a lot about things but like we're not doing any of that sonars stuff or we pumping in sound of the stuff that sharks don't love i know they were talking about that what's that sound i don't know but there's no there's no way i'm going into a kayak and every time i see a woman or a guy in a car wreck in the water we're we're a gray white could be look at north shore of this week for two days there was a there was a very large shock at manchester by the sea and all they said was be aware of your surroundings what does it say Yeah. And wells beats was it last year or the year before to like. man i don't know i'm on salisbury beach all the time like i mean all the time but i i mean i don't know what the situation is about the great whites out there i just assume they're everywhere so but i take i don't i don't take my chances in the water really don't i really don't i don't go in the water play out a scenario for me okay let's someone gets bit july fourth let's say it's just like jaws someone dies at the at the mouth of a great white what happens then do we go on a seal hunt the likes of which no one's ever seen before do we go on a great white hunt do we just keep on keeping our fingers crossed do we start putting in these massive sonars speakers and putting up net sending they're gonna try to some sort of technology first before they start because you're gonna have all the animal rights activists going out there I don't see their baby that we just keep fingers crossed. Which is most likely want we know that. But I'm telling you. Instead of fishing and either mammals got a goat in order to make that happen. Like we're not going to give up ocean swimming. Are we? I mean, I think at this rate, I'm just taking my chances, I'm going in for a quick dip and that's it. Chris is in Rockport. Chris, you're next on our kale. he i don't know why people had down cape anyway and fight four hours worth of traffic and sit in eight mile long lines i mean you could drive anywhere in the boston area to cape in sure rockport gloucester and forty five minutes maybe an hour worst case scenario during rush you know a hut day when everybody's trying to get to the beach and is beautiful beaches absolutely gorgeous beaches tons of restaurants i'm a fan of capons you know chris although i don't know why cape in immune to great whites i don't think it is just a lot of water is a lot cooler and there is many show you know one knows that the you know the favorite food of white shark is a seal but as they are north and they seem to be coming north in larger and larger numbers both the seals and the sharks they are going to continue to head north both of them so i would assume what comes to cape cod will come to cape ann at some point that point may not be right now the other thing that cape and doesn't have that outside of maybe salisbury beach lightning i would've guessed but but the entire cape is a kids playground right i mean you've got miniature golf every five feet and that that those you've got trampoline parks you've got the tea house park which is crazily phenomenal if you're a kid if your parents call my god but you don't i've never been it's all concentrated though it's all right there like the north shore is a little different than that in cape bands on a little different than that it's not quite the same no i agree i'm not a key person i mean i don't wanna battle the traffic and other traffic everywhere you go but like my entire life i've been more of an hampshire maine like i go north rather than south if i'm going away i don't really because it's just there's so much traffic and it just it's unbearable getting over that bridge there in born it's like unbelievable nine seven eight the it would be a great summer if some form of wildlife maimed you doesn't matter shark sealer squirrel just something there rooting for you.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

13:19 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Relic welcomed little history of the United States, episode one point sixteen arrival at Plymouth. For the last two years, we have focused on learning about who the pilgrims were looking at the issues that caused them to both England and Holland and seeing the other things that drove them on. We Afo them through their pipe such as listen. The speed. Well, and seeing much of their congregation, bailout and remain back in England. We have seen the decision to ignore the original pattern and settling Cape Cod instead of down near the mouth of the Hudson, and based on this decision and the growing factionalism between the strangers and the lighteners. We saw the decision that was made that there had to be some kind of a formal agreement between the two groups green that mutual cooperation was going to be in the sesame. And this is the basis of the Mayflower compact with the compact in place. The Mayflower passengers held an election to decide who would be the governor of their new colony one of the leading ladders and the organizer of the trip in the first place. John Carver was elected to this role. That is a cliff notes version of what we've seen happen. So far now, however, it is time to get the passengers off of the Mayflower and onto the ground this week. That is what we are going to be focused on specifically. We are going to be looking at that initial period that the pilgrims found once they got off the Mayflower, what would become Plymouth. We are going to look at the issues that came up the conditions of the time, and we will see how the Mayflower compact functions in reality. Now, before we get into the arrival Plymouth, I do wanna go back a moment and try to establish a timeline for all of you, many of the vents here to place in a very short amount of time. And I'm gonna go ahead and lay that out the first time that the colonists pot the Cape Cod. Coast was on November ninth sixteen twenty the attempt to make it to the mouth of the Hudson took place, somewhere between the ninth and the eleventh of November, because we know by November, eleventh, the Mayflower was anchored off the coast of Cape Cod willing could off the coast. The communist board the Mayflower drafted the Mayflower compact and it was in those same days, that Carver was elected governor. Owner of the colony this means that things with the compact are taking place over a course of days, rather than, of course of weeks months or years on November fifteenth. The first people from the Mayflower made their way of shore. There are a couple of important things even mind at this point recalled that the settlers had no clue what they were going to find on the ground. Well, it is still two years before the massacre in Jamestown, surely by this. The pilgrims were going to be aware of the occasionally aggressive actions of local Indian tribes. This is further illustrated by the fact that the pilgrims had at one point tried to get John Smith to join in on their expedition Smith had jumped at the idea to return to North America. However, these plans quickly fell apart when the pilgrims actually met, John Smith. Gunsmith as we've already seen was just really not the easiest guy in the world to get along with his personality. And those of the pilgrims just did not mesh. The bills worried, probably rightfully that inviting such a strong personality into the colony was going to cost nothing. Problems for them the primary concern with Smith. Is that a combination of his knowledge and personality created a situation where he was going to be in a position to easily take an almost dictatorial roll over the colonists? After all, there is little question that the bills would have been in a position where they were going to have to give an undue amount of power to Smith. He knew the land he knew the locals. He knew the struggles wanting to of would give Smith that kind of power, the decision was made that he was just not the right guy for the job. What is in clear? However, is what kind of warning Smith would have given about the local population after all he had never actually met this specific group of Indians. Despite that fact. However, we also know that John Smith was not worried with things like you know, telling the truth, he would have been more than willing to fabricate whatever would best suited his needs. So it at least leaves an interesting question of what would he have worn the pilgrims about the local tribes at the same time? Keep in mind that. That we are still a couple years away from when he would publish his general history of Virginia with the sixteen twenty two massacre, still being several years in the future. So the tide has not yet turned completely against the powder and confederacy that being said, However, Smith would have already been relatively skilled at dealing with the Indians and would be aware of at least through stories the dangers of what happens when relations with the Indian tribes sour, as we saw happen in Jamestown during the starving time. With Smith out the pilgrims, turned to captain mile Standish very little is known about standard prior to the Mayflower. In fact, about the only seemingly reliable information that we have about mile Sanish, is that he was in Leiden sometime in the late sixteen teens in terms of what his real world experience was or in response to the question over whether or not he was a mercenary. Those remain unclear either. What the job of defending the new colony fell onto the shoulders of Standish on the first bundle land, Standish took sixteen along with him, including William Bradford. The men carried with the muskets as well as some light armor. Oh, that first group to go shore was Stephen Hopkins. Hopkins had been brought along on this ship due to his previous experience in Jamestown Hopkins. Made his first trip to the new world and sixty nine aboard the sea venture and looking back now I don't believe I ever explicitly mentioned the venture by name, though. We did talk about it. Aboard. The venture is the new governor of the Jamestown colony, Sir, Thomas gates. If you'll recall from said, one point nine Thomas case was traveling to Jamestown order to fill in for the always. Lord, Delaware of the nine ships that left for Jamestown on of them, sank, and another ship. The venture ended up getting shipwrecked after ran ground in Bermuda. You may also recall that the ship that got stuck in Bermuda was the ship that had gates aboard gates with finally arrive in may of sixteen ten by which point, the stubbing time had happened in just about the entire colony was either dead or dying Hopkins. Hey, got a front row seat for all of this because he had to been aboard the venture. This also means that Hopkins was one of the more experienced among those in the new world Hopkins was the only passenger long who had any real world knowledge of the struggles that came from colonization Hopkins had remained in Jamestown until sixteen fourteen when forced to return to England due to the death of his wife. Hopkins would Jamestown for the first. Low-powered in war. However, do recall that wall skirmishes did happen that I would never really becomes much more than that Hopkins would have certainly known the stories and he would have seen the aggression of the power in people, however Hopkins would have also understood the tenuous nature of the relationship between the tribes and the settlers, this information would have been critical for the pilgrims during those early days after landing. It took only shortwhile after landing for the settlers to spot. Their first group of natives after walking approximately a mile following the landing the settlers came into contact with a small group of Indians, the Indians spot of them wanted nothing to do with the English and Justice quickly retreated back into the woods, the English. Try to follow them. However, this proved difficult the English were wearing armor were traversing over unfamiliar. Sandy soil and did not know their way around the woods on November twenty seventh a second. More substantial exploration mission was undertaken under the command of captain. Christopher Jones this. This trip saw thirty four of the settlers had inland looking for a suitable place to settle mothers point the most pressing issue. The pilgrims were facing was the winter that had begun to settle in suddenly all that time. Sitted import was coming back to haunt the pilgrims and a big way by the time that the pilgrim set foot on their second expedition temperatures were plummeting and snow had begun to fall, this put pressure on the settlers Piccolo -cation as quickly as possible the longer the delay the more danger they found themselves. It snow pile that the decision was made that there was no time to explore and they needed just to get off the boat and make camp. Eight temporary settlement was established at a place aptly named cold harbor as the majority of the group hung out and did what they could not to freeze death. The rest of the group went out and tried to find some better to settle. At least initially the plan was to try to find some more corn. And at the same time figure out where the Indian tribes were as far as corn goes that I x. Expedition that had left the Mayflower had actually found and stolen some corn the pilgrims much to their benefit quickly figured out the importance of not trying to force their own crops grow, but rather planting, whatever grew natively at the same time, standard remain interested in trying to find those Indian populations after all we know the group that had set out with standard originally had found corn. That was still edible. Likewise, Standish was, they'll leading the first group that had settled Crossley small in population that fled back into the woods remained focus on trying to figure out where these people were for Standish one Mussim that is interested in finding the local tribes was twofold, ideally, he probably did wanna make some kind of contact, it makes says that he would want to set up an amount of trade with them, and hopefully get them to help provide food or call that Jamestown. This had been the planet initially, at least in had been rather successful in those early years, the second motivation was to understand where the Indians actually are well perverting to set up straight. And mostly extract, some food from them shoot the Indians be hostile knowing their location is critical. The last thing that you want to do when you have a potential hostile forces. Not know where they're located having an Indian tribe nearby, but not knowing the Ayrshire location is a recipe for an ambush, and it probably did not help us, Dan dish. And his men kept finding signs of the settlement just know people what Standish likely didn't realize is that the Indian tribes were nomadic during the winter they would move inland during the summer. They would return to the coast. This means that all of the abandoned settlements were likely the summer settlements. Well out looking for the Indians, Stanishev his minute, did symbol cross a grave that appeared to be location of a fringe burial site. This must have brought more questions into the minds of the settlers, who was the ma'am buried here. Well, there were signs at the French had been there. It's not clear who the body actually belong to, and I were they there, what encounters did they have with. Local Indian population and most importantly, was that interaction the cause of their deaths. All of these must have been relatively daunting thoughts for the new settlers. But this point growing Britian was making the Mayflower passengers get over any qualms that they may have once had against looting from the Indians on board the Mayflower conditions had begun to quickly deteriorate, people were beginning to die under six two pilots from the Mayflower robber competent. John Clark took a group south among the members of this group. You have Bradford and Standish on the trips out. The group does come across a group of Indians, who, again, quickly, flee into vocal woods pumping spotted deciding to go after them, the pilgrims land and disembark immediately upon get enough there. The first order is to build a small vacation and settle in for the night during the early morning hours on December seventh. However, the settlers would have their first. Encounter with local Indian populations that only those in the fort found themselves under attack from a barrage. Josh of EROs, the pilgrims who are quick to return with their muskets and for the next while a small battle took place. So what was I can tell the pilgrims were impressed and probably terrified of the barrage of arrows? However, I don't see any evidence that anybody on either side was actually killed in the skirmish. Certainly Bradford doesn't mention anybody dying there and Bradford rights of this. Encounter portrayed it as English victory, more likely nothing, probably happened on either side, however, there is something tippy said for not getting slaughter slope. I'll go ahead and give Bradford a win on this one. The did, however, a pretty clear that Cape Cod was, in fact, a hostile place trying to reach the area known as thieves Charbagh, the pilgrims continue to see the weather yet worse of you days. After that encounter with the Indians, the pilgrims found and acceptable harbor after a day of exploring they deem that this was the best place to set up shop and settled down, it has been roughly a month since the Mayflower. Derived in the bay people were cold sick and beginning to die. Well Plymouth was far from the perfect site. There were at least no navigable rivers to take them inland. If need be, however, the harbor was shallow, and that made it difficult to bring ships directly into it. Plus following the counter a few days before there could be no doubt that hostile Indian forces were nearby now as a note. Let's talk for just a minute about Plymouth rock. Yes. There is a giant rock and yes, you can go see it, and yes, you can get an awesome picture. And sure it's totally possible that the pilgrims stepped on the famed rock, when they got off the Mayflower. It is also possible that nothing at all happen there. Seriously?.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Blues beat the San Jose Sharks last night in the Western Conference final, now winning the right to face the Bruins for. Twelve oh three. Let's check the highways now in traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes and Scott. Most of us are in pretty good shape. If you're out to the west here, four ninety five southbound, watch out for this crash on the ramp to the mass pike pike east and westbound, and pretty good shape here between Auburn, and Boston one ninety northbound, though, gold star boulevard and Worcester's got you now back to route two ninety and out on eighty four westbound, that road work at route twenty in Sturbridge has traffic back about a mile also a mile backup here on route nine westbound approaching the cruise after route sixteen in Wellesley south of town, the expressway, northbound still a little busy Savon hill, the Columbia road, and that's about it, southbound's. Okay. Getting down to Braintree. Route three southbound on the breaks into the cruise after to twenty eight in rocklin up to the north you looking pretty good on one twenty eight route three as well as route one through Saugus and revere over on route ninety nine in Everett. The ongoing work near the casino has northbound traffic back in Charlestown, lower deck. Looking good on the bridge. Eleven down ramp still slow from the lane drop. Tobin's okay to and from Chelsea river roads and airport tunnels are. A long time. Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the three and what you see is what you get for the rest of the day when it comes to the forecast. Beautiful sunny skies out there, a couple of clouds bit of breeze out there too. Highs getting about seventy around the city and inland suburbs lower sixties on the Cape Nyland's for tonight, clear to partly cloudy low in the upper forty s inland. The lower fifties downtown, partly sunny, again, tomorrow, breezy at times, getting close to seventy again for the high. But again, south of town, the Cape Cod coast. The islands also the south coast staying closer toward the mid sixties, and we do have some showers and storms tomorrow night into early Friday mornings keep that in mind. If you've got plans right now, newburyport, I see sixty four degrees where it sixty.

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"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"cape cod coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Come up and be summertime visitors as well in particular case of where we've always so a New England always had a small population, a great white sharks. So the other big areas a great white shark. Hot spots around the world are in southern California in Mexico, Mexico, along with the civic coached, Australia and South Africa, which have much bigger great white shark populations than ours. And our great white shark. Population was pretty dispersed through most of the nineteen hundreds through the twentieth century. And the principal reason was is that bear preferred preferred meal for a great white shark anywhere in the world is he wants a nice big fat seal or feline, something that's going to believe, you know, two three hundred pounds got lots of blubber on board a lot of fat content. He wants a lot of bang for buck in terms of calories in terms of doing that. And what had happened is as I had mentioned earlier deals were almost wiped out of New England, particularly by the mid nineteen hundred. So the great fields were gone early on because they were an easy target. But even the harbor seals were very scarce throughout New England. They had been seen as a nuisance in the competitor by fishermen, and they were often sort of, you know, chilled as a sort of a you know on. And so, you know, as a boy growing up in northern New England, you know, even some of those pristine main waters, you didn't see a lot of seal. And then what happened in the nineteen seventies as environmental? Environmental consciousness, so that became part of the culture and the law get passed the law that protected Wales in the marine mammal Protection Act in nineteen seventy-two also protected seals. And then what happened it took while the seal population started to rebuild and and so in nineteen eighty s we start seeing seeing larger numbers in the nineteen ninety s we saw bigger numbers. For great seals. The numbers grew dramatically. There is a small island west of Nantucket much, which is a privately owned island with that doesn't have any people on it. And it is the preferred spot where most of the great deals go to have their pups and Massachusetts states biologist, you know, when they first went out there to start doing surveys in the late nineteen eighties. They would count a few dozen pups now they can count a few thousand pups. And so what's happened is then you had this year and those those skills really like to congregate at south western tip or the elbow of Cape Cod. Were there's a huge island off shore, that's a national wildlife refuge. And then also chat. The town of Chatham has a really long spit. It's two or three miles long that's fairly inaccessible. And so those feels really led to congregate there instead of big numbers. And and what happened over time slowly smell of all those seals basically, you know, set off the dinner bell for the white sharks that were dispersed throughout the region to be able to start coming back. And then they learned that and what had happened for most of the nineteen hundreds when they weren't a lot of fields available. There's still where a lot of Wales in the region. And there there are so many wheels that there's always a floating out there somewhere. And and so that's what. The great white sharks had primarily set on most of the nineteen hundreds was a lot of dead whales. And. So all of a sudden, you can imagine when they had the opportunity as a predator switch over to their favorite Lino live food. They did. And that's why we've seen this huge concentration on white sharks. Along the the outer Cape Cod coast, and you know, and the challenges of now having to be able to manage people, and and the animals, you know, your job. Because I know you this is all off the top of your head and. I couldn't do your job. Most people listening could do your job. And when we come back. We'll go ahead. It's a fun job. It's a very unusual job in that. I can quite literally in in the span of twenty four hours. I can talk to the science editor at the New York Times about a new research paper than an aquarium. Scientists will be publishing I could talk to the gossip columnist at the Boston Herald, you know, about maybe some music star who is in town to do a concert who's doing a behind the scenes store at the aquarium. And and then I might be talking to the moody moody editor at the globe about our new movie, and I get everything in between. And then I'll get you know, college students who who are looking to get into the field or they're doing some type of project. And so it's a very interesting job in terms of being able to put a lot of disparate information together. And it's it's a fun part of it too. You know, the thing that I love and have the most fun with. And that's the thing that's really been fun with cell phones. So to being everywhere now is you know, we get so many pictures that people send in. From animals. You know, the ocean is just, you know, this amazing place that's still with all these creatures that aren't familiar to most people, you know, and that we try to introduce the mad at Bagram, but they'll call in because they can't see the entire creature typically, and and they're sending in video, and they're sending in pictures and saying this, and and what's fun is probably once or twice summer. We're not sure. And he'll get a lot of different input in that. Or, you know, we'll get a good shot of, you know, there might be a shark that somebody saw and they'll say, oh this, and you know, the most common thing that we get. I gotta start here because I have a break to take will pick up from this point after these messages time and temperature twelve forty nine and thirty seven degrees Jonah.

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