|Blue North Longliner Fishing Vessel|
Fisherman's Terminal, Seattle
|Note the tent on the left.|
Preparations for Christening Ceremony on Sept. 9th
|View from Ballard Bridge shows preparations for|
|Size of these ships can't be appreciated until you are up close!|
|Illustration from the web showing how|
longline fishing works.
Other Maritime ...
|China Shipping Line heading out of Puget Sound|
with a pretty big load of containers.
Oct 4th 6:31 PM
|Holland America's Nieuw Amsterdam in port|
with a crescent moon setting behind.
Oct 2nd 7:37 PM
|CVN 68 Leaving Seattle area Oct 5th|
USS Nimitz - Nuclear Powered Aircraft Carrier
Named for Admiral Chester W Nimitz
September 29th 6:59 PM
We like blogs that give us a thought for the day. We'll throw in some for a while and see it how goes. Let us know if you like them. One thing we believe ... most folks don't READ a blog. They just look at the pictures. Do you agree? If you are still reading this, you are exceptional! :-)
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ha! I am exceptional.ReplyDelete
Enjoyed all. You know I love skyscapes :O)
Love the pictures.Yes,I am one who actually reads the blogs.I like the added thought for the day.ReplyDelete
I got lucky today and read all of your post. I admit that I sometimes skip things. Thought for the day takes a lot of discipline. For many years I had quote of the day on the board in my classroom.ReplyDelete
liked your post specially the video is quite interesting and informative .ReplyDelete
i mostly don't comment till i read the whole post because i don't find words to say if i don't know anything about the post .
I do look at the pictures, John, but I also read them, too. Sometimes I've thought about putting a Thought for the Day on my blog, but I tend to get bogged down in them when I start searching for one. :-)ReplyDelete
I tend to skim very long blogs, but I do try and read! I like your sky shot.ReplyDelete
Nimitz was from Fredericksburg Texas and there is a WW2 museum with a model of the Nimitz aircraft carrier in his home town.ReplyDelete
I do read your blog and I read all the post cards.