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I give credit to my parents for teaching the value and enjoyment of honest work; I’m especially blessed when I enjoy the work I do.

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Durham‘s off to work in the Kills,

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Vulcan III on left (built 1958 as Bethtug III) and “truckable” Jane O do dock work in the East River,

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Liberty II hauls supplies to and garbage from the Statue of Liberty,

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Stephanie Nicole returns from fishing off the South Shore of Long Island.

If you choose a job that you like you will never have to work a day in your life.

–Confucius

All fotos: Will Van Dorp

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