The current pollock season is known as the "B" season, and I was warned it was long and dragged on forever. When it started, four months of more or less continuous work did seem a bit intimidating, but now that over a month has passed I've seen there is an ebb and flow to the work that makes it fine. I still have had only one day off since I got here six weeks ago but the work changes from the plant to refrigeration, and there are changes in the target species as well - starting September 1 there will be cod deliveries in addition to pollock, and not long after that some crab as well.
This is a picture of one of our boats, the Sea Wolf taken from Strawberry Hill. We had company for supper tonight and it was fun although a bit subdued. Chico had someone to romp with in the living room while we ate, and Goldfish's pot roast turned out great!
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