Saturday, August 22, 2009
We call them "huts" in Canso and Dover. They are essentially small cabins where on nice days people retreat for privacy and picnicking. They are strategically placed for ease of access, shelter from winds and waves, and placed in areas with views that would melt your heart. These huts are also used as temporary residences in some cases during fishing seasons mostly Lobster. These rocky areas also provide premium lobster grounds for catches of lobster that have been phenomenal over the past few years. This is Greg's and Andrea's, my nephew and partner. It was just built and still needs to have the dock added. Greg is always boating in these waters and the boys from town meet down here often enough for times of fun and relaxation and of course just "mulling around in boats".