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I’ve seen this tug before, but each previous time it was either engaged or more than a mile away, and this tug, large in spirit but not in actual dimensions . . . at a distance of over a mile, well . . . loses detail.  This time is it really close and light.

So here are photos from my fortunate encounter the other day.  Guess the dimensions?

She does share some lines with an older but larger sibling, product of the same G-H yard, Benjamin Elliot.

 

Seeing her pass, each time she passes, I remembered a song.

It was a great day.

All photos and sentiments, WVD

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