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No . . . it’s not a disease or a euphemism for profanity.  It’s many places, one of which is marked by this lighthouse in Oswego.  All these photos were taken since Tuesday in Oswego, a place I previously wrote about here last year after watching a drill that involved swimming from and to a helicopter.

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See the light to the right here along the horizon, a light younger than Urger.

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Last year’s drills involving drones have already made their way into kids’ murals!

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The mouth is the port of entry for Metalcraft Marine vessels making their way into various US ports.

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Some vessels I was free to watch enter the port, but others

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went by and I couldn’t follow until later, when they were really

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behind and beyond

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reach.  The tug here is Everlast.  If you were at the canal mouth this morning–or any other time–and caught a close-up, side view of Everlast pinned or–even better–light, kindly send along some photos.

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All photos this week by Will Van Dorp, whose access to wifi is still a challenge.

 

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