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Flinterborg Bound for Sea 2: Eureka

He:  (stretching after much needed nap) Oooo.  Let me quick recall that dream!  The meaning’s in vu.  

Parrot: (from perch near bed) What?  Atchooo!

Knowing where to start in this story  . 883 more words

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Tug Sea Horse

What’s this?

Would you believe the object in the first foto here rubs faces with the formidable 8th Sea?  And does  so sans fear. 179 more words

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Dutch Barge No Return

What does 1887 look like on 2009?  Feast your eyes below.  Further may we feast our eyes in a while when she splashes back into her element.   425 more words

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Day Peckinpaugh

As a kid living near Lock 28 of the then-Barge Canal, I might have seen this strange looking vessel.  If I saw it  as a 9-year-old in 1961,  a) I’ve forgotten it . 319 more words

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Autumn Sail 3

Can we possibly be passed the equinox yet again?  And we’ll have to see flurries fly and flows freeze before summer returns to bless us?   265 more words

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Narrows Encounter + a HalfMoon

A fortnight PLUS 400 years ago, Half Moon lay in what we now call the Upper Bay;  a momentous encounter of civilizations soon drew blood, and  would draw more.   241 more words

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Creek: Rondout

Second in this series, this post attempts to captures quick details on Rondout this weekend,

venue for the latest Working on Water (WOW) festival.  Rondout, a creek I’d love to spend much more time on, enters the Hudson about 80 miles north of  the sixth boro, strictly delineated.   194 more words

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