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Caribbean Sea, above, heads into the obscuring fog.  Only on clear days do I appreciate the fog.

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Atlas Navigator emerges from it, like a gift.

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Bowsprite witnessed Monge, large and camouflaged in the color of the fog, depart.

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The next fotos bear no relation to the previous although I do imagine that somewhere beyond the fog a “gorgeous” waterfall realm beckons.  It beckoned and I followed a crowd last month.  Any ideas where?    Answer revealed below.

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New York.  Click here after you guess where in NY.  It’s St. Lawrence watershed.

PS:  Tugster tells stories/shows fotos in the Melville Gallery at South Street Seaport Monday, November 10, at 630ish pm.

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