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Old 05-24-2019, 07:27 AM
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Sáo Ruy

Portuguese fishing vessel Sáo Ruy launches her Dory’s off Newfoundland in days long gone.
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Nicely done, Jim. I like your sky, and your oceans are always first class.
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Nicely done, Jim. I like your sky, and your oceans are always first class.

Thanks. Usually 'Dory' pictures wav a schooner in the background. aka ' Captains Courageous' I brought this one into the 60's , although there were still Schooners fishing then.
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Something else learned - never knew they did that .
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Old 05-25-2019, 07:09 AM
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Something else learned - never knew they did that .

The Dorymen usually had 4/5 long lines. about 1/4 mile long with lots of hooks. Fishing for Cod on the Grand Banks, usually about 6 months at sea!
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