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Here were 1,  2, and 3.  Looking back, my favorite of those three is number 1.  So what are the delights of the East River, other than my longstanding fixation on this aggregate carrier . . . ?


Well, clearly I’m not the only one who recognizes how delightful Alice’s presence in the sixth boro proves to be.


Thanks to the Long Island City Community Boathouse for these pics long on spirit if perhaps a bit short on focus.  My last trip with LIC Community Boathouse goes back five years already!!  On that Sobro cleanup trip I also took these fotos.


These fotos remind me that I’ve yet to get myself to Four Freedoms Park (below) on Roosevelt Island, as well as


Ship of Tolerance, which will be at the salt dock on Staten Island this weekend.   In the foto below, Gabby L. Miller is moving the Ship past the United Nations Building.


All fotos are compliments of the Long Island City Community Boathouse.

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