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I’m surprised it’s been almost five whole years since I did the previous installment by this name. The sixth boro is a huge fuel transfer port, and currently Sandy has moved oil back onto everyone’s brain . . . mostly because of how difficult it is to procure. Fuel is gold. The other day when I was standing in line to get to vote, the joke I heard several times was that at the end of the line we’d either get a ballot or a five-gallon container of fuel.
New York harbor is filled with expensive vessels either waiting to move fuel . . . like Dace Reinauer,
Pati R. Moran, or
they’re actually moving it . . . like from Eagle Matsuyama to this Bouchard barge probably usually pushed by
Or fuel is actually being moved from one to another node in the distribution chain . . . like here Diane B,
Pocomoke and Comet (in foreground),
B. Franklin Reinauer,
and Evening Mist . . ..
All this movement notwithstanding, gas rationing is still in effect.
Anyone read whether consumption has decreased because of the rationing?
All fotos today by Will Van Dorp.