mysterious skies from terry weber

hi joey

here is a video and a couple of pics i took on Saturday from aboard the Yankee Fleet fishing boat. we left shore right next door to your warehouse under threatening and mysterious skies! it was strange because it was so hot out, but at times the sky had a very ‘wintery’ look. 

no matter what the weather, the trip turned out well, my nephew Adam caught the largest fish of the trip, an 11 pound cod, and was thrilled to win $100 and a free trip. my thanks to the crew of the Yankee Fleet for making it a great and safe trip!

sun break 2winter clouds

fish day winning fish 1

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7 Responses to mysterious skies from terry weber

  1. Lara says:

    terry, maybe should do a deep sea fishing trip in gloucester as part of a work team build? good idea? find out about it for next meeting. :)

  2. That was the weirdest sky I’ve seen in a while. Like staring up at an old quilt with big holes at around 8AM. As we headed down the river you could see one cloud letting out a torrent of rain that swept down but we didn’t see much rain at all.

  3. Jenn Cullen says:

    those came out great, even from your cell phone! i was in magnolia and it poured rain for a few hours, i didn’t notice the sky but that’s probably because i stayed inside!


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