The 22nd Annual Old Salt
Fall King of the Beach tournament, held Nov.
And looking for all the world like a crowd of old salts
, these lads, far right, appear on the past cover of a collection of sea shanties recorded back in the early Seventies by Radio Cleveland.
ey wanted to brave the saved the old salts
call lot of waves.
25 MOSELEY OAK 17 MOSELEY Oak could not pull the match out of the fire despite battering Old Salts
for the last ten minutes.
RIVERSIDE HOMES: Two bearded old salts
outside one of the Egremont cottages; and, inset, below, Slack Cottages, on the site THEIR weather-beaten faces and gnarled hands betrayed decades of rough lives as crew members on sailing ships criss-crossing the seven seas.
A vending machine full of toy ships is tipped over in slow-mo as, like A-Team meets Space Cowboys, the crew ready it for the fray, aided by the old salts
who used it last (and don't seem to have left).
Around this time of the year old salts
often like to reminisce about 'the good old days' of ocean racing: the great boats that have won past Rolex Sydney Hobarts and the legendary yachties who sailed them through the rugged waters of the Tasman Sea.
That's why old salts
handle stingrays with extra care and newcomers who don't are laid out on the deck.
LAST Wednesday, around 2pm, after the Freedom of Liverpool scrolls dedicated to the Merchant Navy were ceremonially placed in St Nicholas's parish church, sundry old salts
and their judies needed a tot of Nelson's Blood.
There are loads of good old salts
who could have made good use of that wasted cash and I know it would have been much appreciated.
Challenging as it is, catching the trio of grand slam fish in Belize isn't limited to old salts
I realize this is a purely personal and controversial reaction, but shouldn't old sailor ballads come closer to sounding like they're being sung by old salts
than tuxedoed sophisticates?