Fire Cloud...
An irregular marking on the exterior of Native American pottery: usually resulting from burning fuel coming in direct contact with the vessel during firing

Wednesday, 12 November 2008

The High Seas

John's Pass, Florida

We drive to Johns Pass and book a 39 hour fishing trip on the Friendly Fisherman. We leave Friday at 3 PM and return Sunday morning at 6 AM.



That's two full nights and a day with the stars wheeling about on the horizon. I buy the meal plan, 3 dozen pinfish and rent tackle.



I hope for some gray snapper and a grouper or two. Red snapper are highly protected and need to have a length of 31 inches to retain. For lunch I have bacon-wrapped shrimp. This sounds better than it tastes. Live and learn.



We have to cross the new Skyway bridge. The old one fell in when a freighter hit it in the early 80s. The toll is still $1. A bus and a bunch of cars went off the broken bridge in a blinding rainstorm.


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