URCHINS: Tools of the Trade . . .

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Bigbella

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In stark contrast, there are people in the world who think that McDonalds is actually food.

If I recall correctly, there is both a McDonald's and Burger King in Venice -- the city with the best, least expensive bar food -- cicchetti -- on earth. Also, urchin.

Gots to be a cosmic joke . . .
 

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There is a commercial urchin diving operation in Fort Bragg (California) that uses what looks like a 3 or 4 prong garden cultivators with a medium length handle. They run several boats with a surface-supplied diver and one tender.

I have had one of these for years; don't really need a tool with teeth; just can't find the thing at the moment . . .
 
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