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I wouldn’t dream of missing Bowsprite‘s lead, so here goes.

My latest gallivant has found me here,

a location I zoomed through last year.

The vessels in this post

reveal this river on the East coast

Whose name most know as  ___ ____r.

So here are the clues:  Margaret McAllister and a warship in the distance.

Kathryne E. and another shot of Margaret McAllister.  The appearance of “arms” is given by dredge Cherokee.

Dredge tug Fleming passing an unidentified wreck, whose identity I of course want to know.

R/V Dan Moore and Cherokee.

Cape Henry escorting in Petrochemical Supplier pushed by Corpus Christi.

Closer -up of Cape Henry.  All these are just SOME of the activity on New Year’s Day on the river called

Cape Fear.    By the way, R/V Dan Moore docks at the CFCC Technology Pier, part of the Cape Fear Community College offerings.

Bonne annee . .  . more soon.

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