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Around 2 pm, John P. Brown leaves the KVK for the northwest, and a

bit later, Sisler (T-AKR 311) heads into port with a gaggle of McAllister tugs assisting.

Then I noticed Brown had an odd thin vessel on the hip,

one that I couldn’t figure out until

I noticed how they measured up, and then it

dawned on me:  Sisler goes into drydock and this closes the dock off!

Brown is floating the door!  I wanted to see the rest of the process, but by now the

golden hour had arrived and my

flash would be woefully inadequate!

All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who once again succeeded in seeing something new.

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