We were on our good friends’ boat the other day with their 3 children, our two boys, and two additional cousins. As we watched all of the children laugh and chill on the bow while we made our way around the back shore of Gloucester, he said, “I love that these kids are all growing up so salty.”
Well, me too.
Today the boys asked if I would do a post in which they could talk about how they haul lobster traps. How do you say “no” to that! So, as they hauled some gear, I took a bunch of photos and they taught me what was up along the way.
This is what they had to say….
Just waiting for the last of the snow to melt, for some a coat of paint, and then summer!!
Even on a gray day, there is still a great view… Click pictures to view full size.
Fall view of the inner harbor of Manchester by the Sea. Click the image for a larger view.
Walking behind Lat 43 on Saturday.
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Seen from the schooner Adventure, docked at Rocky Neck.
– Fr. Matthew Green
I slipped in the muddy flat and covered my entire leg with sludge. Got eaten alive by mosquitoes.
But it was worth it for this.
I snapped this shot last summer. Soon we’ll be back to this kind of warm, sunny weather!
Think these controls have seen much use?