A fine lobster tail

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 St. John’s resident Andree Pratt displays the lobster she purchased for a boilup from Greg Taylor at Doug Taylor’s Truck Friday afternoon at its stand across from the Southern Shore Medical Arts
centre on the Southern Shore
highway in Bay Bulls. Pratt was on her way to Cape Pine — the most southerly point of Newfoundland between Trepassey and Saint Mary’s bays — for the weekend. Taylor said the lobsters were caught in Fortune Bay. Folks looking for seafood and other Taylor’s products, can do so at the stand, which will be on the parking lot all summer and into the fall.

St. John’s resident Andree Pratt displays the lobster she purchased for a boilup from Greg Taylor at Doug Taylor’s Truck Friday afternoon at its stand across from the Southern Shore Medical Arts
centre on the Southern Shore
highway in Bay Bulls. Pratt was on her way to Cape Pine — the most southerly point of Newfoundland between Trepassey and Saint Mary’s bays — for the weekend. Taylor said the lobsters were caught in Fortune Bay. Folks looking for seafood and other Taylor’s products, can do so at the stand, which will be on the parking lot all summer and into the fall.
—Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

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