Feb 22, 2018

POTW WolfMy, Grandma, what big teeth you have (on our stern line!)

I took this photo in July 2017 from our boat Ginger which was anchored and stern tied in Mouat Bay near Shearwater. This wolf was very curious about our stern line and actually gave it a couple of hard tugs!

Holly Finn

Campbell River, BC

 

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