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Loch Ness Monster. Similar, eh?!*

*The “eh?! was put in there solely for the enjoyment of our American friends.


  1. Oh yeah, and a soaring pelican looks like a pterodactyl.

  2. Hi Guys

    I was wondering where the cormorants went to.
    No snow here yet. It was -6 last night . Leaving for Florida around the 16th.

  3. Are you sure the “eh?” was not put there to ease the minds of your fellow Canadians and let them know you haven’t “gone native”? 🙂

    Fair Winds,

  4. After a few drinks it looks exactly like the Loch Ness monster!

  5. Well, remember that pelicans and cormorants are the descendents of dinosaurs! Pelicans SHOULD look like pterodactyls!

  6. The dreaded Cormorant. They are native to the harbor we keep our boat in, Mount Sinai Harbor, NY (North Shore of Long Island). They are tree nesters which means they like to perch on sailboat masts. We like most of the sailboat owners in our harbor have spike strips on the spreaders and mastheads. Failure to do so will result in a boat getting covered with half digested fish guts. Very hard to clean off.

    They are dirty birds.

    S/V Sailor Dance
    Long Island Sound

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