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Perspicacious bowsprite snapped this vessel of a Canadian patrol vessel headed upriver a few days back.  It’s Glace Bay, named for that place up in Nova Scotia.    Question:  did anyone catch the number of the sister vessel that accompanied 701 in?  Is that James Turecamo pushing scrap paper south?

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At dawn on Thursday I caught Hansa Sonderburg over at Howland Hook as the sun illuminated forward surfaces of house, hatch covers, and deck crane.  Although the superstructure looks minimal, it

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carries passengers.  Anyone ever travel on her?  I’d love to hear a report.  Below is same vessel a few drizzly hours later.

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Finally here are some interesting sites I’ve newly discovered:

Check out Jane’s blogalogue and Brian’s Moveable Bridge.   I’m also including a link to water photos that Jane forwarded.  Thanks.

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