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For GHP&W 10, let’s gallivant over to the West Coast and look at some photos there by Glen, who moved to the Columbia watershed after a long career working on sixth boro waterways.
Let’s start out with Shaver’s Washington. Notice anything unusual about this photo? Answer at the end of the post.
And some more starting with Kirby’s Sirius,
Shaver’s Umatilla and Foss’ Howard Olsen,
P. J. Brix, and
and Bernert’s Diane B.
And in that first photo, Washington travels on the river any way forward she pleases.
Many thanks to Glen for these photos.
Meagan Ann, Seattle-built in 1975. Note the glazing and icicles.
For more info from Birk and Harold’s site, , click here.
McAllister Responder’ s name alludes to its former role as an oil-spill response vessel.
Click here to see her as Ambassador.
Hornbeck Tidewater equipment seems less frequent in the sixth boro these days, but last weekend I caught