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Baltic Sea pushes northbound for tasks away from the refinery, where Cape Don discharges,

John P. Brown heads southbound along a wooded bank of Staten Island for some job,

Robert J. Bouchard stands by while Tamara off-loads,

and Thomas D. Witte moves a barge where needed in the Kills. And I’d better get back to work myself.

Unrelated: More pirate news. Madagascar–south of Somalia by at least 1000 miles, was the location of a settlement called Libertalia four hundred years ago when the pirates were renegade Europeans.

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