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This series — 5, 4, 3, 2, and the original– has looked at vessels whose function has changed significantly enough to say it has a second life. Here’s a slight twist on that . . . this one went from work boat to work boat in its 127-year life. Look closely at the fotos and see if you can detect the change before I reveal it.

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Anadramous?

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Catadromous?

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Hermaphroditic?

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Metamorphic?

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Shout it out, Charlotte!

“I began my life as a sandbagger sloop, maybe a cat.” Read her bio here.

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