Today is warm and sunny, just a trace of a breeze. Delightful really. We buzzed around the harbor in our dinghy getting pictures of boats, lunch in town, spent some time swimming, organizing for our time in port on the mainland. Nothing broke today, and nothing needed fixing!
Here is your test for the day. The boat in the photo is a commercial fishing boat of a type I had thought extinct. I have only ever seen one of it’s kind before, and that was in New England.
Here is a photo of the Leah Gail. Click on the photo for the full sized image. That long tall structure off her bow is not a mast, rather when she is working it lowers down close to the water, a super long bowsprit.
Here is your two part question: What does she fish for, and how does she catch them?