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The fishing done for the day, and before the
early dark sets in, the fishing community of
Felixstowe Ferry head straight for the Ferry
Boat Inn for a well-earned pint of leg-warmer,
leaving the colourful tumble of their nets for
lurking snappers - who have been in the pub
since lunchtime.
Now this is odd, because this particular array of
nets hadn't changed for weeks. It was as if
these nets had been left there for people like me
to take pictures of. And then I realised that,
although the small harbour at Felixstowe Ferry
was fairly crowded with small boats, some of
them evidently small fishing boats, they never
seemed to change much, as if they'd all been
abandoned and just left there. And you rarely
saw a fishing boat - or any boat for that matter - going into or out of the harbour. Now,
Suffolk is a fairly laid-back sort of place, and Felixstowe Ferry has a definite air of relaxed
charm about it, but I just wondered how the excellent wet fish shop at the Ferry was
always full of stock...
The fishing done for the day, and before the early dark sets in, the fishing community of
Felixstowe Ferry head straight for the Ferry Boat Inn for a well-earned pint of
leg-warmer, leaving the colourful tumble of their nets for lurking snappers - who have
been in the pub since lunchtime.
Now this is odd, because this particular array of nets hadn't changed for weeks. It was as
if these nets had been left there for people like me to take pictures of. And then I realised
that, although the small harbour at Felixstowe Ferry was fairly crowded with small
boats, some of them evidently small fishing boats, they never seemed to change much, as
if they'd all been abandoned and just left there. And you rarely saw a fishing boat - or
any boat for that matter - going into or out of the harbour. Now, Suffolk is a fairly
laid-back sort of place, and Felixstowe Ferry has a definite air of relaxed charm about it,
but I just wondered how the excellent wet fish shop at the Ferry was always full of
stock...
The fishing done for the day, and before the early
dark sets in, the fishing community of Felixstowe
Ferry head straight for the Ferry Boat Inn for a
well-earned pint of leg-warmer, leaving the colourful
tumble of their nets for lurking snappers - who have
been in the pub since lunchtime.
Now this is odd, because this particular array of
nets hadn't changed for weeks. It was as if these
nets had been left there for people like me to take
pictures of. And then I realised that, although the
small harbour at Felixstowe Ferry was fairly
crowded with small boats, some of them evidently
small fishing boats, they never seemed to change
much, as if they'd all been abandoned and just left
there. And you rarely saw a fishing boat - or any
boat for that matter - going into or out of the harbour. Now, Suffolk is a fairly laid-back sort
of place, and Felixstowe Ferry has a definite air of relaxed charm about it, but I just
wondered how the excellent wet fish shop at the Ferry was always full of stock...

Nets, Felixstowe Ferry

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The fishing done for the day, and before the early dark sets in, the fishing community of Felixstowe Ferry head straight for the Ferry Boat Inn for a well-earned pint of leg-warmer, leaving the colourful tumble of their nets for lurking snappers - who have been in the pub since lunchtime.                                                 

Now this is odd, because this particular array of nets hadn't changed for weeks. It was as if these nets had been left there for people like me to take pictures of. And then I realised that, although the small harbour at Felixstowe Ferry was fairly crowded with small boats, some of them evidently small fishing boats, they never seemed to change much, as if they'd all been abandoned and just left there.  And you rarely saw a fishing boat - or any boat for that matter - going into or out of the harbour. Now, Suffolk is a fairly laid-back sort of place, and Felixstowe Ferry has a definite air of relaxed charm about it, but I just wondered how the excellent wet fish shop at the Ferry was always full of stock...
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