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I’m very happy to share these photos from Ray Sup, the digital Marketing Specialist/Webmaster at Beyel Brothers.  Megan Beyel came through the sixth boro almost two weeks ago bound for sea.  This is outbound at least her second trip;  the first time she was caught by Tim Hetrick here.

The Indiana-built vessel appears to have a government boat history.  

I was informed she was in Albany port, but I was 200 miles to the west at that time.  I’m not sure, but these appear to have been taken by drone, another


piece of evidence that I need to invest.

I’m thankful to Ray for sending these–and more, if you’re interested–along.  As of this posting, Megan Beyel is approaching Miami, where it’s a cloudy 80 degrees.

Thanks to Ray and the Beyel team. See more photos in the series here.

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