We took a trip to Homer the other day, where charter halibut fishermen come in to have their fish cleaned. Here is one such place, with a group of proud Buttwhackers and their fish:
On the way back from Homer, we had to stop while an accident was cleared. A police officer came by each car to tell us what had happened and how long we should expect to be stopped. Thank you so much! It is much easier to take traffic backups if you know what to expect.
The white van was pulling the boat on a boat trailer. Something caused it to jackknife, and all three pieces wound up separated: the van and trailer ended up off the road to our right, and the boat off the road to our left. Apparently there was a point where the driver saw his boat pass him on the road!
In addition to halibut fishing, John is also planning to go clamming while we are on the water. For that, he needed a waterproof suit and shoes, so he got outfitted up and is ready to take on the clam population of Alaska.
He is probably right.