Baidarka . . . an intriguing name for a ketch . . . docked in Waterford, New York and headed home!! Keep your eyes peeled for them soon in the sixth boro.
Can you guess the name of this tug with Halloween decoration in the wheelhouse? Answer follows.
So they do . . . as do poltergeists, especially in the Hudson Valley. This is in the tributary of Catskill Creek.
Any wagers on the name of this old wooden yacht, overgrown in a marina across from Dunderberg Mountain?
I really wanted to add a preposition “of” between the top and middle lines here.
Atlantic Salvor . . . here with a scow in the KVK, lines and name make my heart beat faster.
Deborah Quinn waits at the old Jakobson yard in Oyster Bay. I’ve never seen her in the sixth boro.
Canvasback lies in Mystic . . . seeing and being seen among the beauties at Mystic, as is
true of Sinbad VI.
So, those spiderwebs . . . were in the house of hard-to-read The Chancellor, on the wall in Waterford last weekend.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.