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Rocky Defender – Port of Nanaimo

Rocky Defender positioning log booms for longshoreman that are assembling logs into packets that will be hoisted and stacked on a cargo ship. Related Posts:Log booming – Port of Nanaimo June 25, 2019 CFAD Rocky Point – the old gate … Continue reading

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Log booming – Port of Nanaimo

Nanaimo longshoreman assembling logs into packets that will be hoisted and stacked on a cargo ship. Inlet Royal and Rocky Defender positioning log booms Related Posts:Rocky Defender – Port of Nanaimo June 25, 2019 Oriente Shine February 22, 2018 Dream … Continue reading

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Nova Scotia Lighthouse – Hampton

Hampton Lighthouse – above Chute Cove and Hampton Beach The Hampton Lighthouse was built and first lit in 1911. In 2001, it was transferred from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) to the Hampton Lighthouse Society. Hampton is the … Continue reading

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A moment in Wolfville

Looking out onto the marshes of the Cornwallis River estuary in Wolfville Related Posts:A bit of Nova Scotia – Wolfville train station June 3, 2019 Cowichan River Estuary – Fall reflections December 13, 2017 A rainy day at Port Williams … Continue reading

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Red boat, blue boat

A red boat, and a then a blue boat, at low tide in Margaretsville Related Posts:Approaching Blue Starr 1 September 13, 2014 On the grid December 10, 2015 Tide Bandit June 23, 2019 Nanaimo Marina Boat Basin May 2, 2017

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A rainy day at Port Williams

Cornwallis River – Port Williams Rain, water, wood – a rather soothing combination for a person that grew up on the east coast of Vancouver Island. I don’t mind the rain, but this particular moment in my life, sitting in … Continue reading

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A little green forwarder

A little green forwarder at work near Port George Related Posts:Red and green April 25, 2018 Green May 29, 2014 Green May 29, 2014 A P Green Empire bricks February 10, 2017

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Primo

Primo in Lunenburg Primo was built in by 1964 as a trawler for St.Lawrence Sea Products Co. She was subsequently purchased by Amos Brannan & Sons Ltd in 1977, Fishery Products International Ltd in 1988, and Dawson Moreland & Associates … Continue reading

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A lobster fishing shed

A lobster fishing shed – Bayport, on the Lower South Cove Related Posts:A bit of Bayport May 15, 2019 A quiet day at Bayport May 13, 2019 Geordge Island fishing shed January 4, 2019 Eastern Passage – Lobster traps January … Continue reading

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A bit of Bayport

Just a nice section of Bayport, on the Lower South Cove of Lunenburg Bay Related Posts:A quiet day at Bayport May 13, 2019 A lobster fishing shed May 18, 2019 Briella Anne May 14, 2019 Lunenburg fish boats–Muscot April 9, … Continue reading

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