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Thanks to Richard for fotografing these unusual tugs. Notice the “towing bitt” abaft that looks like an oversize cup holder. Follow the aftward slant of the engine and you’ll have a sense where the prop might be located. Deck house configuration allows 360 degree visibility.

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Towing line is fairly long…

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…before getting to the stone boats filled with gravel that might come from one of Alice’s many siblings.

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You guess the city and river. I’ll repost on this in a few days with more tug fotos from this port. A clue is that although I’m sending from near the Winooski, the city is not on that river, and the river certainly doesn’t flow from the Green Mountains.

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