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Still not back along the sixth boro . . . and so here are more photos from along the road . . . 

Some murals are faded and others recently applied.  The one below must require some local knowledge to explain the juxtaposition of agriculture and defense.

Others make sense as reminders of a journey of generations.

I just can’t pass up remotely taking brightly talented photos posed for others, or

really odd items, or

smoke coming from

a diverse

set of engines and applications.  

I’ll get back home later this week.

All photos, WVD, who throws in a little truckster and tagster here.   

Oh . .   and in this yacht parade, what’s that third boat?

More on this later.


I’d hoped to catch this boat in the NYS Canals, but . . .   Going by the adage of  . . “if the mountain fails to come to you, you go . . .”  here’s this.

Sneak preview then of J. Arnold Witte, taken yesterday on my way west.

The first boat by this name . . .

she’s 78′ by 26′ and I believe triple screw….



All photos, WVD.


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