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Zoom zoom . . . this one starts in the Hudson. That’s the George Washington Bridge in the distance. Beast goes fast, gets folks wet, and

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this one aka Shark starts in the East River, goes fast, gets folks wet. That’s Ellis Island in the hazy background.

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NY Waterways starts everywhere, ferries around the harbor, goes fast, doesn’t get folks wet. Bartholdi’s Statue witnesses in the background. Notice what floats in the foreground.

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Today parts of a dock floated all over the bay. Planks, beams, logs, and all of the above with jagged metal protruding upward, ready to damage speedy boats driven by the non-observant. . . . Scary combination. Keep a careful watch.

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