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Today we started the brining process which is required for smoking. We have a bunch of cut up fillets sitting in the mixture. Will smoke them tomorrow then shrink wrap them.
We leave here one week from tomorrow. Time to start packing. My fishing might just be over.
We took an early walk down to the bay. The tide is low and you can actually walk along the seashore. There is mostly small river rock, very little sand. Lots of plant life was washed in with the tide, a lot of small crabs, shells, drift wood, and even a large looked like a squid but probably something else. The sky was filled with fog, but again it was a beautiful morning. My phone has no battery, found this out when I tried to ...
... narrow and intricate channel, which...abounded with rocks above and beneath the surface of the water". This channel led to Skagit Bay, thus separating Whidbey Island from the mainland. Vancouver apparently felt he and Joseph Whidbey had been deceived by the tricky strait. Vancouver wrote of Whidbey's efforts: "This determined [the shore they had been exploring] to be an island, which, in consequence of ...
... blocks of buildings from the Victorian Era which now house boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, etc. Booktopia events were held at Village Books and two nearby hotels.
So exactly what is Booktopia you ask? It's a weekend to connect readers with authors and readers with each other. Ann Kingman and Michael Kindness from the Books On The Nightstand blog started it a few years ago. There have been six of them and the ...
... crabbing, which is something Ryan and I have always wanted to try, did some good little hikes and just enjoyed hanging out on the beach with some good drinks and books. And of course having some good cheap American wine around the campfire every night!
Crabbing was so fun, we just set up camp on a dock for the day, pretty much took over one whole end of the pier and relaxed and waited for the crab to come in! We caught about a dozen of them through out the day and ...