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Today . . . as time constricts . . . just vessels, mostly under way, like Frances, at the confluence.

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Govr. Cleveland and Eighth Sea, locking and swaying.

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Eighth Sea, stopping at Rusty Anchor to lubricate a wobbly shaft . . . it was rumored.

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I’m out of my depth here.

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Kathleen Turecamo and Dean Reinauer, about to move RTC 106 downstream to the sixth boro.

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Govr. Cleveland passing the scrap dock.

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Herbert P. Brake pushing HR-Bass downstream.  Crosby colors?

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Benjamin Elliot at the Troy wall.

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Gowanus Bay approaching the Troy lock.

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Margot making a grand entrance.

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Tender #3 near the Roundup.

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All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who feels quite the time crunch right now.

This post still finds me in the southern hemisphere–for a while–but these fotos come from southern US, snapped by a friend who wishes no  credit.

Stange looking Suwannee River?

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Some Crosby tugs . . . Leader, Divinity, Duke, Admiral.

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The only line of C-Tractors . . .  this one the 6.

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And finally, back to Suwannee River, three-quarters view.  She really is 87′ loa x 50.’   That’s big-ass beamy!

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Mariner A. Non Y. O’Mous snapped and shared these.  If you see him today, thank him for me.

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