Enjoying Summer Weather At Last
Johnny and I went fishing at Pol na bPeist over the last two summer-like November days. It was very relaxing and serene even though the seas were quite rough and the waves were crashing hard. The warm breeze and bright sunshine felt like we were in heaven. That’s how I feel most days living here, even in the depths of winter. But winter’s far from our minds this week as we enjoy summer weather at last.
We discovered this puddle many years ago. When it dries out it’s still a heart shape only with a white salty outline.
The wormhole. Click here for a breathtaking professional aerial view of it from the Red Bull Cliff Diving Team.
Johnny casting a few lines into the wormhole.
Pollock for dinner.
Waves crashing against the island cliffs.
That’s me. It’s not as dangerous as it appears from this angle.
Rockfish caught using homemade traditional fishing line.
Slaters/rockfish bait gathered from between the cracks in the nearby cliffs.
Waves crashing on the cliffs.
With plenty of fish in our bucket it’s time to head home.