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Repairing creels

Repairing creels

My grandfather sorting creels for us at Dunbar Summer 1966

    bryan DE127
    Nov 02 2008 05:06 PM
    it is a never ending job you could be in the store 24/7 and still there would be more to do.

    young ronnie
    Nov 02 2008 05:30 PM
    As long as you were making/repairing more than the sea was taking,it was a good job.After a couple of wipe outs in quick succession you begin to wonder !!
    ronnie a wonder what yir grandpa woul'dve made o the killing power and efficientness o the modern  creel as they now are ?
    Nice photo Ronnie.
    hopefully no be doin this next week after this easterly slap thats comin

    bryan DE127
    Sep 04 2010 09:10 PM
    Davie the old lads would no belive the way the creels has changed when we first got steel creels in Arbroath many moons ago all  the old lads said they will no fish they will sing in the tide if they only new.

    bryan DE127
    Sep 04 2010 09:13 PM
    Ian as long as it no to bad it will help the price starve the buyers for a week.
    yup can only help the price hope we dont get a rubbin bit early in the year for wind oot the east

    bryan DE127
    Sep 04 2010 09:29 PM
    hope it just  a breeze of easterly and no to big a    sea Ian your in box is full I pm you a few times but it would no go.
    thanks bryan thats it sorted not very good with modern technolgy