It was the first time for me to see the glaring lines of kelp. Only the people who devoted themselves to making quality kelp could see the beautiful scenery, I think. Looking back the tough work, some kinds of premium might be added to the beauty.
It was the time for a break. It was at 10:30 in the morning. Kelp-picking started at 5:30 early in the morning and kelp-picking should stop by 9:30 in the morning.
The kelp carriers and we had to wait for a while until the upper side of the kelp were dried enough and the time to turn over came.
Five-hour tough work was much tougher than we had expected. We needed water and nutrition supply before the second work to turn over the kelp.