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21. Wells, Jack. Jack Wells Interview Excerpt A Wells, Jack. Jack Wells Interview Excerpt A Fishes; Fishing; Fishing equipment; Personal experience narratives; Transcript: After trapping boys, we'd go trawling and we'd [beg] 3000 hooks a night, every night, had a thousand peices of bait that went on every night. You had to cut up your own squid and you had to be ready for the next morning, right. So you put in a lot of hours in the day. We used to go down off Torbay, about seven miles down the coast, Torbay grounds, you know. We used to fish them. We had grounds and that right up to the Narrows, nearly. WE caught fish different times of year, some times of year they'd be no good [and we]... then we'd go further away. Or we could go up to Petty Harbour North... You couldn't go above that because you weren't allowed to use trawls in Petty Harbour, it was all hand line.

22. Well on the Jenkins property. 
 Well on the Jenkins property. Water Sources; A functioning water well located on the Jenkins (nee Tizzard) property on Quidi Vidi Village Road.

23. Wave-tossed boulders in the Rocks Wave-tossed boulders in the Rocks Landscape; The narrow shoreline at the base of the cliffs in the Wester Cove is a magical, natural playground, expanding and contracting with ocean tides and swells. This shoreline is known as the Rocks, referring to the many rocks of myriad shapes, colors and sizes.

24. Waterfall at the base of the Green Gulch Waterfall at the base of the Green Gulch Landscape; Above the cliffs halfway out the Wester Cove, two forested hills descend and join to create the Green Gulch. The gully water cascades down the cliff face, creating an intimate waterfall far away - it seems - from everything else.

25. Water spring drawing by Richard G. Steele. 
 Water spring drawing by Richard G. Steele. Folk art; Drawings; Photograph of a drawing depicting hauling water from the first city spring in Quidi Vidi with Christ Church in background. Drawing is by Richard G. Steele.

26. Waste water at the shoreline in Quidi Vidi. 
 Waste water at the shoreline in Quidi Vidi. Landscape; Waste water thought to be produced by a local farm.

27. Warren, Selena. Selena Warren interview, May 31, 2005. Warren, Selena. Selena Warren interview, May 31, 2005. Towns; This interview is part of a series of interviews collected by The Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation. This interview is with Selena Warren of Winterton, NL. The interviewer is Linda Cooper. The camera was operated by Kelly Snow. The video was edited by Darrell Barrett.

28. Walsh, Greg; Snelgrove, Eric; Duff, Aiden. Residents pose for a photo. 
 Walsh, Greg; Snelgrove, Eric; Duff, Aiden. Residents pose for a photo. People; Quidi Vidi residents Walsh, Snelgrove and Duff (L to R) pose for a photograph across from Christ Church.

29. Walsh, Greg. Washboard and spoons on display in Quidi Vidi.
 Walsh, Greg. Washboard and spoons on display in Quidi Vidi. Folk music; Example of instruments used during kitchen parties and other celebrations that are stored in Walsh's stage.

30. Walsh, Greg. Wall of tools in Walsh's stage. 
 Walsh, Greg. Wall of tools in Walsh's stage. Tools and Equipment; Tools used for the fishery on display in Walsh's stage.

31. Walsh, Greg. View of Walsh stage in Quidi Vidi. 
 Walsh, Greg. View of Walsh stage in Quidi Vidi. Buildings; Walsh's stage, mostly made from concrete blocks. Building was purchased from the Ring family.

32. Walsh, Greg. View of Walsh stage in Quidi Vidi 2. 
 Walsh, Greg. View of Walsh stage in Quidi Vidi 2. Walsh's stage, mostly made from concrete blocks. Building was purchased from the Ring family.

33. Walsh, Greg. Ugly sticks on display in his stage. 
 Walsh, Greg. Ugly sticks on display in his stage. Folk art; Folk music; Instruments known as “ugly sticks” displayed inside Walsh’s stage in Quidi Vidi.

34. Walsh, Greg. Train car on the Walsh property 2. 
 Walsh, Greg. Train car on the Walsh property 2. Trains Old Newfoundland Railway car at the side of Barrows Road near Walsh's stage. The Ring Row House can be seen in the background.

35. Walsh, Greg. Train car on the Walsh property 1. 
 Walsh, Greg. Train car on the Walsh property 1. Trains

36. Walsh, Greg. Photographs decorating the walls of his stage. 
 Walsh, Greg. Photographs decorating the walls of his stage. Photos (Material Culture); Old photographs decorate the wall of Walsh's stage in Quidi Vidi. They depict important people and places related to the stage and the village.

37. Walsh, Greg. Model of fishing stage 2. 
 Walsh, Greg. Model of fishing stage 2. Model building (hobbies); Fishing Stages Model of fishing stage next to antique Detecto scale, on display in Walsh's stage.

38. Walsh, Greg. Model of fishing stage 1. 
 Walsh, Greg. Model of fishing stage 1. Model building (hobbies); Fishing Stages Model of fishing stage on display in Walsh's stage.

39. Walsh, Greg. Floor plan of the Walsh shed. 
 Walsh, Greg. Floor plan of the Walsh shed. Outbuildings; Sheds; Architecture, building and construction; Contemporary floor plan of the Walsh stage in Quidi Vidi Harbour. Measurements and floor plan completed by Nichter for the Quidi Vidi Field School 2013.

40. Walsh, Greg. Exterior of Walsh's stage. 
 Walsh, Greg. Exterior of Walsh's stage. Buildings; Walsh’s stage stands near the brewery in Quidi Vidi.
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