Sunday morning on the Manitou Passage out of Leland: quite a few boats took advantage of the excellent conditions for fishing. Here’s a glimpse of trap net setting, which requires two boats. The smaller skiff pulls the anchors out into position. After taking a few pictures, I set the camera aside and rolled up my sleeves, fully participating as… Read more »
After a bunch of cloudy days and rain… clouds.
After a bunch of cloudy days and rain… sunshine! Leland was busy with a lot of visitors. Most of the charter fishing boats have been pulled.
Still gusting outside, so we went inside Carlson’s and took home some whitefish
Gusting to 35+ mph, the wind from the southwest prevented me rom reaching the beach. In the upper picture there is a kite border who moments after soared a 100 feet or more into the air.
Partly cloudy and temperature in the 70’s. at noon, rain starting at 2:30.
Sunny and 80 degrees at noon. It seems as though the color popped out overnight, highs in the 40’s by the end of the week.
When we travel, as I did over the last couple of weeks, we sometimes find ourselves in fishing villages comparable with the wonderful Fishtown in Leland. Today’s photos are from Fishtown (top) where the dam is wide open and lots of water spilling over; Peggy’s Cove, near Halifax, Nova Scotia (above); and Dipper Harbour near Saint John, New Brunswick… Read more »
October 7th… Not a Busy as yesterday.
October 6th… In spite of a damp and cloudy day, Fishtown was a busy place. The couple below with Biscuit had just bought a “Biscuit” tile.