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On the cusp of wintriness if not winter per se, the Hudson Valley is spectacular. Let’s start with Fred Johannsen pushing this crane barge northward. That’s the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge aka George Clinton Memorial Bridge (DeWitt Clinton’s uncle) in the distance.
Here Treasure Coast urges Cement Transporter 7700–one I’ve never seen before–the last mile to the cement dock.
This reflection was so magical, I needed to include this closer-up.
Emerald Coast pushes a fuel barge downstream.
Sarah D moves a motley pair of scows upstream.
Eastern Dawn moves a fuel barge downstream.
Mr Russell shifts a barge near the TZ Bridge. What is in those tanks?
Might that be Marion Moran pushing sugar barge Somerset up toward Yonkers?
I believe this is Doris Moran moving cement barge Adelaide downriver.
All photos by Will Van Dorp, who has a proposal below:
If you are working Thursday and therefore having lunch and/or dinner at work–whether on a vessel or in some other work setting–and you choose to take a photo of the dinner–any aspect of the meal–and send it to me, please do and I’ll try to devise a post with it on Friday this week. Thanks for the consideration.
Also, you may be “choosing” ed out by now, but here’s a set of thoughtful, well-reasoned and -articulated perspectives on the Hudson anchorages question that is open to public discussion until early December.
Also, if you’re planning to be at the WorkBoat show in New Orleans next week, I’ll be wandering around there, maybe looking for some extra work. I hope to see you.
Many thanks to John Jedrlinic for these photos . . .
C. Angelo (1999) with
Treasure Coast (2006) alone and
with a possibly unruly Cement Transporter 7700.
Delta (1991) . . . one I’ve never seen before.
and Honor (2007).
Again thanks to John for sending these along. John owns up to having a sea travel bug as well as a photo bug.
Storm Juno was all hyperbole in the five boros . . . not as harsh as in eastern Long Island and southern New England, but it was cold the day after. Nevertheless, Mary Alice and Cheyenne were hard at work,
as was Mister Jim.
The same is true for Barbara McAllister and
Buchanan 1 was at work.
The government boats were out like Liberty V and
Of course, cold means demand for fuel . . and Matthew Tibbetts was moving it , as
was Crystal Cutler.
Joyce D. Brown was moving the railroad and
Treasure Coast had a barge astern headed south. Anyone know what cargo was/will be in the barge?
All photos by Will Van Dorp, who went out to see the sights after the storm.
Colleen basks in early morning light before the race earlier this month.
Resolute makes a quick turn to assist with a tow.
Discovery Coast turns westbound into the KVK.
Resolute takes the stern of Thomas J. Brown.
Miriam Moran reports for yet another job.
The inimitable Herbert P. Brake leaves the east end of the Kill.
Laura K. Moran . . . speed turning.
Taurus heads for the mooring.
Treasure Coast crosses in the foreground after Taurus gets to the mooring.
Discovery Coast cruises back to home base.
It’s Choptank light about to cross the Upper Bay for Brooklyn, and
a whole bevvy of McAllisters, including Helen. in Mariner’s Harbor . . . also just before the tugboat race almost three weeks ago.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp, who does a short gallivant starting later tomorrow.