Maine’s “Lobster Lady” showing no signs of slowing down after 90 plus years in the industry
Here is a story that is sure to make you smile, or want to get on the water. We want to introduce you to the “Lobster Lady.”
Virginia Oliver is 101-years old, she is still hauling lobsters in Maine and has no plans to stop anytime soon.
She traps lobsters three times a week with her son. She started when she was only 8-years old and says that the industry has changed a lot over the decades. The crustacean cost only 28 cents per pound back then. Now, they are worth fifteen times that!
She says that the best thing about lobstering is being the boss.