Last week I posted some scenic pictures from Winchester Bay, where we spent the past ten days. That scenery is reason enough to go there as often as possible.
But we did have an additional purpose in mind this time .... and that was to trap (and devour) a few of the Pacific Coast's delicious Dungeness crabs.
Back before we started RV traveling, we spent most of a few summer/early falls here ... and we got darn good at crab-catching. The best months to crab in the Bay are September and October, so we were a little early for peak-of-the-season this time. But we did OK.
Most of the time when we're on the boat, I am too busy (and too wet) to get any pictures. But last weekend, our grandson Jacob and his friend Ana came over for the day. So among us, were able to get a few quick snapshots.
Below, our good-looking company relaxing after we got back to our campsite with the days catch. We were waiting for the crabpot to boil.
No more pictures after that.... we cooked, we cleaned, we ate. We got messy and didn't touch the camera.
It's a lot of fun and a lot of work.... by the time you sit back to enjoy the bounty of the sea, you really feel as if you deserve the fabulous meal!!
Thank you to the lovely ladies of the OUR WORLD team: Lady Fi, Sylvia, Sandy, Arija, Gattina, and Jenn.