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Massachusetts 2 years 11 months ago #15814

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Ken Tse is a student at the university in Toronto, Canada. Any free time is spent fishing. He's travels the world adding to his list of different fish species. He's logged in over 208 species and is shooting for 1000. Ken always shares these fishing/tourist trips with all his friends... I wanted to share them with you.
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Stan

Sorry guys… it’s been busy catching up on work…so this will be a very brief picture report…I guess that’s a nice change for once…

Picked Dogfish (Squalus acanthias) Species #205…these guys get annoying after a while! They twist and circle after getting hook and often tangle up multiple lines. At one point we had a whole school of them under the boat and we had the whole boat in tangles…took an hour to sort that out!



Some parts of Boston, Gloucester and Woods Hole through my eyes…

Oct 9, 2011 - Boston

After a bit of luggage delay scare I was finally dropped off the luggage at South Station for temporary storage. It was about 12pm when I started my Boston half-day tour.

Museum of Fine Arts





Old South Church tower



Boston Public Library



Now the start of the Freedom Trail

Park Street Church



Massachusetts State House



Museum of African-American History



Beacon Hill neighbourhood



Paul Revere Burial



Franklin at Old City Hall



Old State House



Faneuil Hall



Quincy Market



Lobster roll and clam chowder



Exchange of the keys



Traffic Tunnel Administration Building and a commemoration of Boston’s mayor



Tudor Wharf (Boston Harbour)



USS Constitution



Bunker Hill Monument



William Prescott



294 steep steps up Bunker Hill Monument…



…to an original cannon and the view that troops saw





Totally tired after walking the Freedom Trail in 3 hours



Other pictures…

Oct 10, 2011 - Gloucester

Gloucester Harbour morning



Gloucester Harbour evening



Low tide



Oct 12 – 21, 2011 – Woods Hole Optical Microscopy Course

Everyday started at 8:30am and most days ended at 11pm at the earliest…with one day we were in the lab working on a problem set until 3:30am. It was an intense course…but as you will see in the pictures, we also had a lot of fun drinking and otherwise.

Beer central



Free afternoon at Martha’s Vineyard

Vineyard’s Haven, Martha’s Vineyard



Biking around Martha’s Vineyard



Beach, Martha’s Vineyard…looks soooo fishy!!!



Lobster dinner



Our crew



Just some Woods Hole scenery







Eel Pond



Gallery by the drawbridge



It was a great trip! I learned a lot at the microscopy course, I met a bunch of great fellow students, instructors and commercial reps that offers me a great network and I even managed to catch some fish! :D
Why let the truth stand in the way of a good fish story?
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