Issue 105 Table of Contents
Issue 105 - July 2009
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Table of Contents
A No-Television, No-E-Mail, No-Internet, Off-the-Grid Island Inn The Keeper’s House on Isle au Haut: one place on the coast of Maine where “alternative energy” is not just a buzz phrase. BY MARY R. DRAKE PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT L. DRAKE
The Art of the Crew
Whether racing or cruising, a smooth-running boat requires a smooth-running crew.
BY JOHN ANDREWS
ILLUSTRATION BY JAN ADKINS
MAINE: A STATE OF PHOTOGRAPHY
A Photographer of Then
Seacoast Maine: Photographs by George Tice
BY JOHN K. HANSON, JR.
Photographers of Now
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A Gift to the People of Brooklin
When Wade Dow and his son Forrest decide
BOATYARD DOG® (AND CAT) Captain Jack and Chica
LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!
VIEW FROM THE PORCH The Season of Stolen Days, Clams and Lobsters, and Preserving the Night Sky. BY PETER BASS
AWANADJO ALMANACK There are always more life-stages waiting to be revealed. BY ROB MCCALL
A POSTCARD IN TIME A Harbor of Refuge BY PETER H. SPECTRE
A LETTER FROM AWAY Rowing the Great Glen BY DALE HAMILTON
MY BOAT, MY HARBOR The Horns of a Dilemma BY PENN BROWN
FROM WHENCE WE CAME
L. Francis Herreshoff, Darrell McClure, and
SALTWATER FOODWAYS Fresh Provisions BY SANDRA OLIVER
OFF THE DRAWING BOARD On Sail Power—The Zurn 65 BY ART PAINE
Attractive Opposites in Portland: Becky’s and
GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Cobscook Bay BY BEN ELLISON
Issue 105 | July 2009 Volume 22 | Number 2
On the cover: The Patriot 36 Argos built by Ellis Boat Company. Photograph by Billy Black