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The announcement of a departure date precipitates this revelation. April 21 3pm . . . she goes. Anne goes. Before she goes, here’s more of the carving inside.

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The helm can be controlled from out here or from below. Rigging and weather can be monitored among the warm carvings by peering upward through the plexiglass cupolas.

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The singular great wave that is Manhattan will be left behind, replaced by less angular and more dynamic ones.

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Here’s the name. Schooner Anne is on my blogroll to the left.

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Reid writes of his hand crafted vessel and destination best. See the March 31 post.  Bon voyage Reid, Soanya, and Anne.

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