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"Hello! Where are my cattle?" Always enjoyed these guys. I believe it is still the only species to self migrate from the "old world" to the Americas. In my young days they were only seen in Florida and deep southern areas. Now I've seen them in Maryland and north.

Armored O'Reilly's! Looks like wire fencing all over.

Rafts of them! Doing abstract art on the water. Hard to identify, but that pattern of white middle and black ends looks like the male pattern of Greater Scaup.

one of the oldest Roman churches of Portugal , best wishes for the new year

Ha ha. As often as you seem to cross that is lots of pig roasting. What do you roast crossing the Equator? A bullock? Then, at sea, it is very well to make some special occasions. When we broke off to head to port, 3 weeks out and 1 in, the celebration in warm waters for those that had finished all work was pizza and burgers on deck with all night movies. That was back in the old days of projectors and bed sheets hung on a deckhouse and audience on hatch covers. I did not make many since the little group I was in got the most work when the rest finished. Still, there were breaks out there under the stars watching movies and munching.

I always thought that paddle wheel is fake. I only know the small side paddle wheel steamers here. As a child I was fascinated by the visible steam engine and that dangerous sound! Bremen still runs the WESERSTOLZ. That sound!

Wow... Really warm...

Hi, Cinza! It´s some sort of bandstand. :)

Nice spot to cool down.


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