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Issue 108 Table of Contents

Issue 108 - March 2010

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Table of Contents

FEATURES

The Aerial Art of Yvonne Jacquette When the ground-level point of view seems too mundane, take to the air. BY CARL LITTLE

Easier on the Planet Five energy-efficient homes. BY ROBERT KNIGHT, AIA
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT PERRON

Building A Life One Adventure at a Time Dave and Jaja Martin have sailed the major oceans of the world and lived in many countries, yet they settled here in Maine. BY NANCY WILSON

The Not-So-Retired Ralph Stanley He has passed on his boatbuilding business to his son, but he hasn’t faded away. Far from it. BY ROGER F. DUNCAN | PHOTOGRAPHS BY CRAIG S. MILNER

Boats of the Year 2009

BOATS OF THE YEAR 2009 Our annual roundup of boatbuilding projects from Maine and beyond. BY JENNIFER WILSON MCINTOSH
Click here to view the entire section online or click on the individual boat name (below) to view only that feature. Brilliant, Fred Beaman/ Five Islands by Brian Robbins Bequia, Brooklin Boatyard by John Snyder Kelley Anne, Farrin’s Boat Shop by Brian Robbins Available, Hodgdon Yachts by John Snyder Whistler, Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding by Art Paine Moxie, Maine Cat by Ben Ellison Hope, Morris Yachts M52 by John Snyder Birchbark Canoe, Penobscot Marine Museum by Ben Fuller Sabre 40 Sedan, Sabre Yachts by Peter Bass Whitehall, Shaw & Tenney by Laurie Schreiber Lois Ann L. Moran, Washburn & Doughty by Gregory Walsh
DEPARTMENTS

PUBLISHER'S LETTER

BOATYARD DOG® Pancho Villa: 2009 World Champion Boatyard Dog

LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!

VIEW FROM THE PORCH Friendship goes moist, the cost of boating, and the famous canoe-testing toss. BY PETER BASS

AWANADJO ALMANACK Hear the exuberant spring chant of a male cardinal rising undaunted in the falling snow. BY ROB MCCALL

A POSTCARD IN TIME Big Fish, Little Boat BY PETER H. SPECTRE

Big Fish, Little Boat

BOOK REVIEW The Gougeon Brothers on Boat Construction: Wood and West System® Materials REVIEWED BY TED HUGGER

SALTWATER FOODWAYS Some Like it HOT! BY SANDRA OLIVER

MAINELY GOURMET Different Venues, Different Menus: Cloud Nine and Slates Restaurants BY PETER H. SPECTRE

GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Burnt Island, North Haven BY BEN ELLISON

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 108 Issue 108 | Winter 2010 Volume 22 | Number 2 | Click image to expand
On the cover: the Stanley 38 Maisie McGoo, built by the John Williams Boat Company. Photograph by Alison Langley. Click image to expand.

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