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  1. Skitter's original post was: "Have to help out old friend and want to take her to a good greasy spoon." Going to Hurricane Betty's would be a good way to lose her as an old friend. Another good diner is Wilson's in Waltham.Yeah, I know, not in Worcester, but it's a diner in the old sense. Good basic diner food.
  2. Been to the Wonder Bar in the past few years? Nothing like the original.
  3. Go a little bit south and make a stop at Carl's in Oxford. It's the greasiest...
  4. From a thread on the board a few years ago: Green Hill Park - people don't expect this to be great fishing but it is! There are some of the biggest bass I've ever seen in the city in here. I start at the front of the park and walk counter clockwise around the golf course side. I've had good luck pitching rubber works along the shore line where bushes and trees overhang. Buddies of mine also do well casting ahead of us along the shore line with top water lures. Even around back at the "man hole" there is action, and even past the island heading back towards the park. The front park area is very shallow though and not much but kivers. On a side note, this place has some HUGE german carp in it. If you're adventurous head to the back of the pond with some treble hooks, english muffins and 20lb test! http://www.stripersonline.com/surftalk/topic/351792-worcester-fishing/?do=findComment&comment=5163536
  5. Green Hill Park Worcester.
  6. If you hate crowds but enjoy the nature aspect head up to the parking area at Lobsterville Beach, between Menemsha and Gay Head. Park the car and take a long walk towards Gay Head. North facing beach, views of Cuttyhunk, Gosnold, Nauson islands. Should be real quiet, houses are far enough back off the beach that the landowners don't bother to get pissy. Watch out for the bird nesting areas...you'll come back a different color than you were going in.
  7. In 1978 that "elderly man" was just 57 years old. Great Worcester area family.
  8. Maybe 1981? 1982? The west side of the Quabbin Observation Tower appeared to be breathing, absolutely covered with Gypsys trying to get to the top.
  9. Suicide is Painless...
  10. Others have succeeded... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwp8EBHtLvk
  11. Had one of those poking holes in the side of my house a few of years ago. A few other houses in the neighborhood too. Past couple of years no activity. They're big boys, and when they get going there's quite a racket.
  12. Was out there for the first time last week, off of the Rt 70 side. Didn't catch anything, got no bites, but I have no idea what I'm doing. New at this. Beautiful day though, beautiful spot. Did a bit of cleanup though...25ยข in beer cans, one utility knife, and a top sheet (looks like someone had a romantic evening). Bunch of small trash items also. Top sheet went to Goodwill on the way home. All in all a good day.
  13. Frequently Asked Questions About Motorboat Registrations Q: Am I required to register my boat? A: State law requires the registration of any boat that is powered by a motor and operated on public waterways in Massachusetts. Registration is required even if the motor is not the primary means of propulsion for that boat. Some examples of boats that require registration include fishing boats with motors, recreational motorboats, canoes or sailboats that use motors (includes electric motors), and personal watercraft such as Jet Skis or wet bikes. Boats exempt from registration requirements include those that do not use motors, and documented vessels (large boats that are issued a marine document and registration through the U.S. Coast Guard). Vessels used solely by a city, county, state, or federal agency will be issued a certificate of registration and number at no charge. http://www.mass.gov/eea/grants-and-tech-assistance/enforcement/environmental-police/boat-ohv-and-snowmobile-registration-bureau/faqs-for-registration-of-motorboats.html
  14. Will this work on this forum? *
  15. (*from CBS local website) See what heroin does to ya? Puts years on in minutes...