How’s the fishing? That’s what a lot of people ask Joel Petersen, captain of Fishtown Preservation’s Joy. This time of year, when the water is warm, it’s a little slower (this is normal). It’ll pick back up in the fall. Photos by Meggen last week, while on vacation.
A cool sunny day in the Land of Paradise.
Rain and temperatures in the upper 50’s greeted the folks staying at Falling Waters this morning and that’s a lot. The parking lot was full up. The rain isn’t going to bother the charter above.
South Beach, like last year, received the sand from the dredging. Let the season begin.
A cool 55 degrees that is. Leland Podcasters Jim Carpenter and Becky Reynolds Produce New True Crime Series Their new series is called The Wonderland Murders. It takes place in 1981 four people were brutally murdered in their home in the Hollywood Hills. The Wonderland Murders is the tale of a violent home invasion robbery and the revenge rampage that followed…. Read more »
A warm and perfect Spring day and a busy one also.
A foggy start-up turned out to be a beautiful day.
It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Photos of the Joy taken Sunday as the captain and crew returned from setting nets.
Today started off with a magnificent clear sky. A perfect summer day. Yesterday, I explored Fishtown from the water. The first two photos are mermaid moments. Then, last night we kicked off the summer with the first Sunday Night Sing. The third photo honors a line from a favorite tune: “…the afterglow when the sun has set, these are things I’ll never… Read more »