So, its been a busy few weeks, full hotel, weather turning cold and rainy but it has finally given me the chance to post some more pictures from past weeks.....Like the Northwestern which is now docked out at the Spit Dock. I believe they and the Rambling Rose have been out fishing for cod, but that is just a guess, don't quote me on it!
Still, the Girl looks lonely, so For all you Northwestern Fans out there I will make sure to go visit her from time to time until the guys get here in October for Crab.
An US Army Boat is also out there, The Malvern Hill. I have no clue what they are doing here.
And A drilling Platform is also docked out near the Stimson
And the Rambling Rose can not be called "The Rusty Rose" anymore! Trident who owns the boat sunk some serious money into her for repainting and lots of other repairs.
Looking a lot better than it did last year at this time.
In other News our resident "Flappy Head" (A South Park reference to Canadians) has now become a United States Citizen. Congratulations to Kasium!!
The Swearing In ceremony for Kasium and the 12 other New Citizens
Kas, Rocking the 70's look
And Hob Nobbing with our local celebs like our wonderful Mayor. Ahhh The privileges of Citizenship.......
The Mornings are getting a bit cooler, but the sunrises almost make it worth it.
We have had MANY visitors in town this past month, Including these guests of our Parent Company Nissui visiting for a plant tour and some fishing from Japan.
And Many of the Elderhostel, some seen leaving here on the Ferry on Saturday.
And Finally, My Flower Garden is about at it's peak
And turning it into this? Yup, it's a miracle alright. I mean, I have a green Thumb from my dad, but I would have never gotten these results if not for the new soil and the weekly fertilizer treatments, and the nice amount of sun we had this year