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For today, all come from Jed . .  John Jedrlinic.  Any ideas on the locomotion of the person nearer than Diane Moran, photo taken in Miami in February?

DIANE MORAN

The Thomas Dann photo is from almost a year ago.

THOMAS DANN

Ditto . . . Schuylkill, taken in Norfolk last May.

SCHUYLKILL

Ditto . . . Jed took this photo of the 1960 Marion in St. Maarten.

MARION

MARION

Mr Chester and

MR. CHESTER

Miss Niz . . . Miami, February 2015.

MISS NIZ

Allie B has been a favorite of mine since I caught photos here and here or her departing for the Black Sea this time eight years ago.

ALLIE-B

Finally, the closing shot is Diane Moran without the guy on the jet ski.

DIANE MORAN

Many thanks to Jed Jedrlinic for these photos.

A quick post before headed out roadstering.  Moran tugs  Edward J and Diane await.

Crescent boats do the same at their dock on Hutchinson Island in the background as Diane returns to her dock.

Crescent Bulldog escorts in Maersk Jenaz.

Bulldog backs out for the next job.

Still later is at the dock flanked by Savannah and Gen Oglethorpe.  Anyone help identify the tug far right?

Orida heads out as well.

I don’t know the company here, but from right to left:  Ponca (in dry dock), John Parrish, and Sara Kaitlin.

Closeup of drydock near the end of shift on New Year’s Eve.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.  More as soon as the roads, wi-fi hot spots, and all other factors allow.

Bonne annee from Savannah, but look who’s working:  crews of Maersk Jenaz and tugboat Bulldog.

Except this bridge officer, maybe.

Transfighter heads out in the setting sun to meet 2010 at sea.

Diane Moran travels upriver for an assist.

Another shot of Diane Moran with Cape Charles farther back and Peacemaker to the right.

And a final shot for now . . . Cape Henlopen upriver as well.

More soon.  Happy New Year whether you’re at work or play.  Ooops!  In honor of Conrad‘s steam whistles tonight, which I’ll miss, check out Susie

King Taylor‘s whistles as well as

the calliope on Georgia Queen.

Party at least a little tonight (in the blinking of an eye if that’s all the time you can afford).  Happy 2010.

All fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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