John and I were working below, tied up to the dock in Hermitage—a place that doesn’t get a lot of visiting boats—when we heard a thump on the deck. Poking his head out the companionway, John was met with a bag of perch fillets, from fish caught in the bay that day, landed from a speedboat across the wharf from us. John, our benefactor and the fish buyer, gave directions for cooking the fillets, and then jumped back on the dock to continue moving fish crates around.
Hermitage, Newfoundland—A Warm WelcomeReading Time: 3 minutes
A visit to Hermitage to do the laundry became a visit filled with great experiences in an unexpected treasure of a place.