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Thanks to Elizabeth, here’s a photo of what could be perceived as a strangely-articulated four-masted schooner with two fairly short mizzens and a pinked stern.
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Here’s another of her photos, both taken in September 2005, of a folkboat* and the Lettie. Anyone know where the folkboat lives or what it’s called?
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A good thing about all this spring rain is that it brings us closer to the time all these sails will be adorning again the harbor.

*I stand corrected on this point thanks to Xenon:  the nearer sailboat is a knarr, not a folkboat.

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