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If you must travel this weekend or summer, be safe.  And you might consider taking your house with you . . . either the actual house or some some of it.  You house needs to get out.  It might be tired of the same scenery all the time, or

the same neighbors, lawn,  or landscaping.

Your house walls hear you talking about the big city . . . well, it may just want to see it once.

It may have heard you talk of large elegant houses that float . . . like Norwegian Epic, and might desire to catch a momentary even blurry glimpse of such miraculous things.

Your house might seek adventure and stay out all night!  See where the wild side leads.

It might crave a sunrise in a most unimagined location.

If so, get in touch with Patty Nolan . . .  the tugboat with the figure figure.  No, she didn’t get a new bikini for this season, but who cares.  She’s one prodigious guide.

More later.  I’m away, and so may be our houses, hausmann and hausfrau.   Please be safe whatever the reason for your travel . . . be it distraction, catchup, business, work, pleasure.  See you soon.

Any resemblance to events or persons or houses is only coincidental.  If you saw something like this, it was possibly a mirage.

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Graves of Arthur Kill

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Seth Tane American Painting

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Tale of Two Marlins

Blue Marlin spent 600+ hours loading tugs and barges in NYC Sixth Boro. Click on image for presentation made to NY Ship Lore and Model Club, July 25, 2011.


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