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Classic Crow's Nest

A Gentleman’s Sport

Published in December 1973, written by Eric Johnson   The Preakness it isn’t. In fact, Bermuda lobster racing may rate somewhere on the excitement scale just below waiting for the sheriff’s department to close down the Sunday afternoon pony cart races in Eureka, Kansas. But whatever the racing of Panulirus argus is, or isn’t, Bermuda has had its first Invitational Lobster Race and has selected an entry in the Fourth Annual All-Service Lobster Land Race in Newport Rhode Island.  …


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The Story of Fort Hamilton

This article was taken from our archives. It originally appeared in the July 1946 issue of The Bermudian and has been reproduced exactly as it appeared originally.   The settlement of Bermuda began in 1612 with the arrival of sixty…


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Overheard in November 1969

This post was taken from our archives. It first appeared in the Crow's Nest section of the November 1969 issue of The Bermudian. It is typed exactly how it originally appeared.    We were browsing in The Irish Linen Shop…


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September 1977

This article is from our archives. It originally appeared within the Crow's Nest section of the September 1977 issue of The Bermudian.   Anecdotes offered by Mr R. D. (Robbie) Outerbridge.   WEATHERBIRD “What shall I do with you Weatherbird?”…


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August 1949: Wistowe

Originally appeared in "Crow's Nest" in the August 1949 issue of The Bermudian Whether its proximity to the Aquarium affects the matter cannot be proved, but it would seem that for many years Wistowe has been the happy hunting-ground for…

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August 1977

This is a Classic Crow's Nest from our Archives.    While sipping a cocktail the other day with our good friend Mr R. D. (Robbie) Outerbridge, well-known Front St. businessman and restaurateur, we reveled in hearing again some of the…