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Maybe I should post this under “caption contest,” but here are some photos worth contemplating.  The first comes from Patrick Gallagher.  It seems that this yacht has just come off a container vessel and that’s an automobile of some sort under the tarp on the bow.  I know nothing more, although I’d really like to hear “the rest of the story,” as Paul Harvey used to say.

The next two photos come from Jason LaDue.  I’d put this under the category of “we don’t need no stinking’ tugboat.”

Given the tarp, stool, and head . . .  I’m thinking they need a hot plate in lieu of a full galley.

Many thanks to Patrick and Jason for these photos.

 

 

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