Saturday, November 08, 2008

A lucky break.

How lucky is this!
A big Blue Cod.
A huge crayfish
or lobster.




This afternoon my Husband Erle, went for a walk down the wharf to watch the fishing boats come in, just for a nice afternoon stroll by the sea.






A man called out to him, 'would you like some fish, mate. we have caught plenty' Erle was over joyed to say yes he would love some, any would be lovely. The fisherman generously handed him a very large Blue Cod and a nice size Crayfish! Carrying them home was a bit difficult as he had no bag to put them in, but he managed to carry them ok. I was so pleased to see him come home with some fish, I quickly cooked the crayfish for our dinner, and set about filleting the large blue Cod, took me a while cause the fishermen had gutted the fish, that makes it much harder to fillet, but it was surely worth it! We shall have two meals from the fish.

12 comments:

B. Roan said...

They sure have pretty colors, but I bet they tasted better! How lucky was that?

magiceye said...

wow!

Bia Mendonça said...

I recen find out that seafood is not very good to my stomach! :P

Nortehanon said...

Hi! Just a newbie blogger dropping in.

What a big lobster! I remember the time lobsters that size are ordinary things peddled on the streets of my sleepy hometown. Now, these are hardly seen in markets as these are already being exported.

Paguda said...

Hi, I am happy with his comments. This encourages come this far. The accident was a picture of the blog found on the Internet to complement the poetry.
Glennis not speak English! = D
But use the Google translator to understand at least the essence of the text!
You have a beautiful family, abençada is!
kisses

B. Roan said...

Gorgeous flowers!

Cloudia said...

What a lovely blog!
Glad you visited mine. I drove taxi here in Honolulu and wrote a novel called: "Aloha Where You Like Go?" about it!
Aloha from Waikiki. Please visit again soon!

Ms. Tee said...

Wow, that was very nice of him. I love seafood, too. :) Thank you for stopping by my blog!

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

i dont think ive had crayfish since i was last in wellington!
and you're only acroos the water from us...
my husband's a taxi driver - how's the trade in the south island?

Pug1 said...

I LUV seafood!!!!

Technonana said...

Indeed!!! How lucky can you get!!!
What a beautiful place to live!!!

The Tile Lady said...

The lobster looks like he is made of jewels! He's beautiful...I know you had him there to cook and eat, but I did so enjoy seeing him first! :-)
Marie