Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Northwestern, Farwest Leader and North American at the Spit Dock in Dutch Harbor

First of all some nice blog readers happened to be passing through and gave CB the Best Gift of all!! Thanks Gail and Doug!
And Now for those who say I never Post Deadliest Catch Stuff anymore.........look at that Red Boat in the Center Right of the Photo above.
It's the Goof Old North American, Docked Right Beside the Farwest Leader. I still think it was a bonehead move on the Part of OP ever getting rid of the Farwest Leader. I really like that Boat and Crew. Though I can say that while her husband still Captains the Farwest Leader Ragnhild Moncrief has now become a Travel Consultant with Carlson Wagonlit Travel, and In fact usually is the one who makes my Travel arrangments from Dutch to Seattle. Absolutely love her! She always gets me the best flights at the best times.
Oh, and then there is is white, blue and red Boat ALL the way at the end of the Spit Dock that some people seem to have a certain affection for..........

Good Parking Job this time. Jake must have not been at the Wheel..........
Yup, the Boats are here but not the Crews who have a few more weeks before the Madness Begins.
Shame I will miss the First week of October, but I will be back in time for the start of the King Crab Season.

Have a Great Day everyone!

12 comments:

Kimi said...

very sweet of them to bring you all that Mountain Dew. loved the boat shots. Have a great week

mamawas said...

Nick may be the one who parked the NW from what he said at the Oak Harbor
Fisherman's Fundraiser. He returned Fri Sept 3 at about 11PM from AK. He was sunburnt and looking forward to some down time at home.
I like the Unalaska posting CB. DC placed Dutch Harbor on many radar screens, but Unalaska/Dutch Harbor is the title of the blog
Take care
Donna

Margrita said...

CB how nice of your fellow blog readers to bring some of your favorite beverage. Love all the boat pictures they are great. How cool to have Ragnhild as your travel agent connection. I enjoyed to Farwest Leader also. I know your looking forward to your upcoming trip know you are going to have a great time. Take some CB time this week you deserve it.

"Seattle" Heather said...

Only 9 more days until I leave for the Fisherman's Festival in Oregon! I can't wait! Good pic's CB!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing the link, but unfortunately it seems to be offline... Does anybody have a mirror or another source? Please reply to my post if you do!

I would appreciate if a staff member here at dutchharbordirt.blogspot.com could post it.

Thanks,
Peter

Elizabeth Douglas said...

It's good to see the North American again. I wish OP'd chosen to continue following them. I think they missed a lot of good stuff.

I still like the FW Leader as well. Greg and Ragnhild were a great team to watch!

Enjoy the Dews.
~Liz

Anonymous said...

Cool web site, I hadn't noticed dutchharbordirt.blogspot.com before in my searches!
Carry on the excellent work!

Lori said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! Gosh, seems like the year went by so.....fast.

Have fun on your trip!

Kimi said...

Ok. I may have to watch Glee. I saw a few clips of environmental things with them, and i caught myself giggling.

Carlisleboy said...

What Link Peter?

Kerry said...

Thanks for posting the pictures! Have a great week.

Minariva said...

CB, the reason why you won't see the Farwest Leader or any other Trident own fishing boat on the series, because Trident told OP not to film any of their boat from the inside. Outside is okay.