Project journals

Pat Trotter

July 4, 2021

After a week in D.C. it was good to get back to the docks this morning. It was fairly quiet – they were packing out the Relentless which had come in the day prior. Looks like the boats going out for tuna and sword will wait until the full moon

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June 22, 2021

A quick trip to the docks was in order today to bring pictures and look for some abstract artsy photos. The detail photos that will make it into the book might stand alone or be grouped – but until I get a good number of them I won’t know. A

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June 20, 2021

I headed down to the commercial docks today to see the blessing of the fleet. Not knowing what to expect – I hadn’t asked anyone what the procedure was or how the afternoon would go – it turned out to be one of the best afternoons ever! There were lots

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June 16, 2021

As I arrived at the docks this morning the Kathy Ann was waiting to pack out after a nearly two week scallop trip. Steve Levan was clearly delighted to see his wife and two children and he lifted the kids onto the boat for a few minutes. We tend to

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June 14, 2021

I headed down to the docks early this morning as I knew one of the boats was set to go out but didn’t know the time. Lucked out because two boats came in, the Bear and the Ms Manya so got some nice photos of them. I was able to

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June 11, 2021

Quiet day at the docks but I only really went down to the north end of the island to catch the Virginia Lynn going out the inlet. This 86 foot steel full time scalloper is one I have not photographed too much so I was anxious to take some photos

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