1 APRIL, 2019 - M/V So...fea DECK LOG - MORE FROM THE NORTH COAST
Our dockside tourist exposure here on the NorthWest coast comes from all over America (and, from around the world), but, those lingering for a talk-fest, are usually aligned with something we share in common.
Subsequently, over time, we continually add to our email contacts list and even revisit with many tourists "next time" they arrive on the dock. The visitors from the Great Lakes (or other places we have spent time at) send us reports from their area (like this one), and we send them ours (like yesterday's battle for a fish between a Gull and a Cormorant that we watched camera-less, and the elusive late night A-dock Sea Otter visitor we have).
Chasing tugs on the Lakes and Seaway, we experienced many unique Marine things (now remembered), that are fun to reshare (especially with warm water Equatorial boaters), about "Rogue Waves", "Ice bergs" and "Ice Tsunami" . . . as we evolve into spring, events like "Shards" all along the North Coast are a navigation oddity.
https://youtu.be/-9seeINCqOs Joel Bissel at MLive.com gets all the credit (along with Mother Nature), you can't make this stuff up.