Watery Wednesday # 35

Shrimp boat off the coast of North Carolina.  May 6, 2009.

Shrimp boat off the coast of North Carolina. May 6, 2009.

This is my post for Watery Wednesday, a weekly meme created and hosted by 2sweeetnsaxy of Eyes, Mind, Heart.  To see more of our beautiful watery world, or to join and post your own pictures to share, click HERE.

The picture above was taken from the balcony of our room at Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina.  We could see at least one shrimp boat off the coast just about every day.  We liked to think that the boat was busy catching our dinner for that evening.

We thoroughly enjoyed the beach and we enjoyed the seafood even more, if that is possible.  Ocean Isle is just north of Calabash, North Carolina, and  Little River, South Carolina.  Both of those towns are fishing ports and it’s possible to buy seafood fresh seafood right off the boats.  Betsy and I prefer to let someone else buy and prepare the seafood.  Both towns have excellent seafood restaurants and we have favorites in both towns and visit them each year.

An ocean view and fresh seafood — two wonderful things about our watery world.

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18 Responses to “Watery Wednesday # 35”

  1. ringnesh Says:

    What a great view. Looks like a very nice place

  2. Susie Says:

    I bet y’all had a beautiful view out your window. Glad you guys had a great time!

  3. karin Says:

    Welcome back! So glad you enjoyed your amazing trip. Loved your rose yesterday – it’s a beauty! You two takes great pictures!

  4. Mary Says:

    What a wonderful view! I’m sure you had a great time.

  5. happilyretired Says:

    Wonderful shot! You certainly DO get around ;–)
    Hugs and blessings,

  6. connieemeraldeyes Says:

    Nice picture. I am going to Myrtle Beach in about a week. I will have to see if I can buy some fresh shrimp. I love fresh shrimp. I bought some in Florida and it was the best shrimp I have ever had.

  7. imac Says:

    Looks beautiful scene there George.Great shot.

    Im feeling rusty today.lol.

  8. Tricia Says:

    Hi George! Wonderful shot – That water looks so inviting

  9. The Right Blue Says:

    Sounds like you and Betsy had a nice time on the North Carolina coast. You’re right – nothing like fresh seafood.

  10. Tammie Says:

    You sure have traveled to some wonderful places! That seafood sounds mighty fine.

  11. Tarolino, Finland Says:

    Nice to have you back in the cyber world with your wonderful pictures and lovely tales to tell. Sounds like you had a great holiday and it was well deserved too. Life is for enjoying it.

  12. Nature Rambler Says:

    You are like me, I love seafood but would rather have someone else deal with the catching and preperation!!! That is a great photo and it sounds like you had a wonderful time, thanks for sharing it!

  13. NCmountainwoman Says:

    Yep, I gotta leave the mountains for a while and get down to the beach before the mobs. What a great vacation.

  14. Karen Says:

    Nice photo..

    What a great view. Looking at the sea can be so relaxing when it’s calm like this and stimulating when it is stormy …

  15. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: What a neat photo of the shrimp boat, it looks pretty big to be called a shrimp.

  16. Tina Says:

    ummm talking about all that seafood is making my mouth water..
    I’m with you and Betsy..let someone else do the work..just put it on the table at the end of the day for me to munch!!
    Glad to hear you enjoyed your stay..
    Wow what a view from you room…how nice!!

  17. theArthurClan Says:

    What a beautiful view. Wow!

  18. aguthrieimages Says:

    Great photo, doesn’t make me feel the urge to go shrimping tho happy WW!

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