By KALY HARRISThe Washington TimesApril 23, 20207:35AM A few months ago, the life was gone.
In the late 1960s, when the United States was still reeling from the Vietnam War, one of the largest fish-fishing towns in the United State began taking in thousands of unwanted fish from the rivers and lakes they once called home.
Over the years, thousands of abandoned homes dotted the outskirts of the small town of Horseshoe Bay, home to about 10,000 people.
It was an ugly sight: abandoned trailers, empty houses, old furniture and trash.
And as the years passed, the town slowly began to crumble, as the river that once fed its people dried up and the local lakes and rivers dried up.
But that’s not all.
The small fishing town of Hoboken, New Jersey, is home to some of the most unique fishing communities in the nation.
Its fishermen, who have to go through grueling training to get their license, often have to travel from the far reaches of the Atlantic Ocean to the Delaware River in New Jersey.
That’s where the Hoboken Fishermen’s Association has found the people who live there.
It has provided them with equipment and paid them for the hours of work they do.
But as the town’s population began to shrink and the fishing boats that once filled the streets faded, the association took a hard look at what it had become.
The group began looking at who it was that was left.
What could be done to save the town?
What it found was a few young men who had lost their parents and a wife who had gone to work in a nearby hospital.
The association worked with local fishermen to find the best way to preserve the town and the people that made it a place where families would still gather.
Now, about a year and a half later, Hoboken is getting back to its old self.
The new residents of Hobon, New, are part of the local Fishermen of Hoban, a group that’s been in existence since 1978.
The Hobon Fishermen have been active in their community for years.
They were there when the fishing industry collapsed in the 1970s, but they were never the main players in the town.
Instead, they were there to help rebuild the community.
They’ve been helping Hoboken’s fishermen with training, helping to preserve what is now a fishing community, and helping out with everything from a new restaurant to a new hospital.
Now the community is looking to the future.
The town has become a destination for people who want to catch fish.
It is a place that attracts thousands of people a year.
In addition to its beautiful waters, the community has been able to build a community around a sport that has a rich history and a rich heritage.
There are many different types of fish, from Atlantic to Gulf, and the Hobon fishers are known for their quality.
There is a lot of pride and excitement in the fishery and people have become good at it.
It’s very special.
“It is such a unique fishing community,” said Mike Pfeifer, president of the Hobono Fishermen Association.
“The people who are here are the best.
The best fishermen, the best families, the people have made this town their home for over 30 years.”
But the community needs more help.
The people who have left the fishing community are the only people who will be able to take over the town once the community starts to rebuild.
In a town that is about 1,500 miles south of New York City, the Hobontons hope that will happen soon.
“The fishermen who left us are still there.
We want to get them back,” Pfeif said.
“We want them back in a way that makes the town stronger.”
Hoboken has a population of about 1.5 million, but about 40% of that number lives in Hoboken.
The town is a part of New Jersey and is home primarily to people of color, who make up nearly 10% of the population.
The residents of the town are trying to make sure that they can keep their fishing and their jobs, but that they do so with pride.
The fishermen have started a new website that they plan to roll out over the next year that will showcase the unique history of the fishers.
Pfeiff said that he wants the town to be a place people can visit to learn more about their history.
“We want the town in the community to be where you can go to get some of these fish,” he said.