And here it was, suddenly opened up like a folio of a book.
A pop-up book universe designed by Monty Python.
Amazingly efficient objects for transporting raw product, not as efficient though as transporting processed, value added product in terms of cost versus return. But they are beautiful objects and I am attracted to how they are personalized and identified as belonging to a specific fish plant.
In 2005, I was helping my Father in Law do some volunteer work in preparation for the Klondyke Festival concert in Bay Roberts. Our objective was to get enough ice to supply the bars who in turn would supply 20 000 people with libations. Of course we went to the Daily Brothers Plant in Port de Grave, borrowed a bunch of fish vats and filled them with ice shavings from the plant’s ice making machine.
The great Canadian band, B.T.O. was reuniting for this event.