Tree Lighting and CATA, Where Art Thou?

LobsterTree5321wmI’ve never seen the lobster trap tree lighting, but today I was determined. After the 5pm lighting, I walked to the nearby bus stop, and was ten minutes early. Twenty minutes after the pickup time, still waiting, cold and shivering with my walker, I hobbled back to the gallery. What to do? I called Gloucester Taxi (978-283-0099) for a ride home to Rockport. It cost $11 plus tip ($5). I had a nice and smooth ride with driver Scott. Although CATA is 99% reliable, keep a $20 bill in your wallet, along with the Gloucester Taxi business card.

4 thoughts on “Tree Lighting and CATA, Where Art Thou?

    1. Thanks my friends James and Anna. I was kind of in a lurch, and the first thing I thought of was a taxi. It worked out fine, as I only used my cane, and have used it exclusively since.

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  1. Turns out, the City and Police closed that section of Main Street without informing CATA. Bob Ryan, COO of CATA, investigated why I wasn’t picked up, and explained it to me. Not their fault, not mine, but lack of communication. I did find out from him that when bus service is cancelled, notices are posted on the bus stop signs.

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