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They say we never had a winter in 2011 into 2012, but on this first full day of summer, a hot season has begun. What better day to look at Cook Inlet. I’m using these fotos with expressed permission from Seth Tane, who took them four years and a month ago; see his painting here.
Seth’s platform here is Polar Adventure. Click here and scroll to see her shuttle route between Alaska and the West Coast during the past 30 days alone.
And the “tailgating” tug is Tan’erliq, a Crowley ship assist and tanker escort, training.
Click here for a commendation Tan’erliq shared with an even more powerful Crowley tug for rapid response to a tanker power loss.
Line is made and pullback begins. This process makes me think of calf roping or kayak hunting.
Unrelated: Bravo to community Board 1 for passing a resolution supporting wood carver Sal Polisi’s right to stay put. Shame on EDC for their broad-broom sweeping all that impedes their planning.