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Buoy and Lines - Fishermens Terminal - Ballard WA

Every job has its own specific tools, that may or may not have an application on a different job.

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Here, at Fishermens Terminal

in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle,

some of the most common fishing tools seen are lines and buoys.

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I’ve pulled in very tight for this shot,

with the fluorescent pink buoys dominating the image,

offset by a coil of a small gauge line.

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I haven’t said much about my health lately, not wanting to bore anyone.

But I was encouraged by my 6-week post-op checkup this week, it was very good.

I also started PT yesterday.

I’m sure I don’t have to tell you how excited I am to be better

and getting some exercises that will pick up the pace!

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