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Day 136 – Tuesday, February 21, 2012

“The Journalist”

The weather has remained docile, and I was able to get to the PO this gorgeous morning, and then pick up Aarron, a budding journalist from a regional pub.  As it turns out his grandfather was a Coastie Keeper too.  More on that next time.  Nice to have some company, and his interest.

 

 

 

We talked some.  He spent most of the afternoon exploring this island.  And I worked online.  I will make some dinner for the two of us.  We’ll spend the evening talking, and so my more significant post will be coming.

 

 

 

Here is another pic from the past.  I’m working on a top 10, or 15, or 20 from 2011.  Maybe I’ll set it up so people can vote, and make some available for a donation, nicely matted.

 

 

Working on a new batch of pellets.  Thanks for all following.  I’ll leave the Light on.  Good Enuf.  (and another snap, maybe again, just cause I like it…).

 

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8 Responses to “Day 136 – Tuesday, February 21, 2012”

  1. Joan says:

    I like your cellar doors. Something else from yester year.

  2. Seamond says:

    The cellar doors at my lighthouse were exactly like those. It provided me a sitting place to either pet my dogs/cats or to hang around outside in a more sheltered spot than up front while waiting on the school bus to pick me up. I sometimes think I left DNA on the cellar doors I sat there so much. Have a great day, Bill. March is around the corner!

  3. David Corbett says:

    Bill,
    Great shot of the cellar bulkhead. I must have passed through those doors hundreds of times during the restoration process. Don’t forget to duck. I always enjoyed looking out through that bulkhead to the sea. It was a special frame for a beautiful view. Check it out. How are the Teflon pads working on the ways? Saw the picture you posted and you did a great job. Also impressed with the picture.

  4. Bill Kitchen says:

    thanks dave. i will get that shot. teflon pads are great although i have to say without a proper winch are a bit of a challenge. now the boat doesn’t stay up and on when i’m trying to get it in the boathouse. slides off and down. but still better than it was, thank you!

  5. Aaron Ackley says:

    kudos, Bill.

  6. Anne McGhie says:

    Greetings – I am very eager to learn about your harbor seal sightings since I help with local marine mammal rescue and rehab efforts. Do you have any photos to post so I can see if you are spotting the same individuals that I am? Thank you – Anne

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