Name this tug headed for sea as the sunset bathes it in ruby light?
I guess this could turn into a precious materials post. Hobo, this gold tug at the Costello shipyard in Greenport, appears to have been built 61 years ago by Caddell’s Drydock & Repair. At this dock, it waits under the protection of this exotic creature of the winds if not waters.
This 55-year old . . . despite the distant port name carried on its escutcheon, is where? Check the skyline.
See the Chrysler Building off her port side? Charlsea is currently in Weehawken.
The ever-wandering Maraki caught up with Kathy M recently in Eleuthera.
And now . . . back to the ruby-red tug of the lead photo . . . . known as it leaves this port . . .
as Roger Williams, a name soon
to change. Here she passes Castle Hill Light . . . as I said, bound for sea . . .
Credits here go to Rod Smith for photos of Roger Williams, Maraki for Kathy M, and all others . . . Will Van Dorp, who is expecting to make a comment about the laurels above the Graves of Arthur Kill cover . . . upper left side of this page . . . soon.
Thanks again, Rod and Maraki.