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As the weather warms up, we turn our gaze toward the sea.
Maybe not so much today, but in general, I think we do. And as we shift our gazes to the sea, it is important to remember that Connecticut has been home to pirates and privateers. And it is important to sing sea chanteys. Or at least, to know some sea chanteys. Or, at minimum, to know what a sea chantey is. It's also important to contemplate the monsters of the deep.
You know, like sharks and giant squids and scallops. We actually don't have that many sharks and giant squids here in Connecticut. But we do have a lot scallops. If provoked, they can drag a man to his watery death. If marinated and grilled, they can be very tasty.
We want to hear from you to today. Where along Connecticut's coast do you like to go? What are your favorite bait shacks and marshes and clam joints?
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