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…or maybe just snapshots. During a late afternoon 15-minute margarita down by Pier 17, who happened past but

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my old friend John B. Caddell, star of several previous posts,

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It had just passed SCI Kiran at Red Hook container port.

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Of course NY Water Taxi is always passing, as is SeaStreak, hydroplaning–literally–in from Sandy Hook. Check the third paragraph of their “about…” page to learn of SeaStreak’s diverse international background.

Who didn’t happen past . . . no Alice, whales, sail. See this lithograph circa 1885 and info.

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