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clean clear water – 266 viewsYou can see the bottom...looks lots different from the tea water that we're used to at home in the St. Johns River.
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Docked at Killarney – 354 viewsFound a store that had some good charts of the North Channel...Dave's packing them to the boat. We have complete paper and electronic charts of every place that we've traveled.
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Drying the fish – 306 viewsAt Herbert's Fishery, after they filleted the fish they washed them, then they laid the fish between blankets to dry...before cutting them in serving sizes and frying up the fish.
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Dave placing our order at Herbert's Fishery – 285 viewsIt's just an old school bus...painted red and white, but it serves good food and it must be popular we met two guys that had flown in from about 40 miles away in a private plane...and then walked about a mile from the airport to there...just for the fish...and after they ate, they started walking back to their plane.
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Herbert's Fishery – 290 viewsBest fish along the trip...
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Homes in Killarney – 267 viewsNot lots in Killarney...General store, couple of marinas, few small shops and some really cute homes on the waterfront.
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Killarney – 270 viewsAnother view of Killarney from the water
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Killarney waterfront – 290 viewsOne of our favorite stops...not lots there, but a quaint little village.
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Approaching Killarney – 300 viewsComing into Killarney...from the water
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Killarney Lighthouse – 269 viewsLighthouse guiding you into the channel at Killarney
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Leaving Killarney – 326 viewsWater color was beautiful...water was smooth, sun was shinning...just a georgous day...
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Canadian red marker – 295 viewsThe part that's above water is from the handle up...they are so small that they look like red and green toothpicks from a distance.
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