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Issue 109 Table of Contents

April/May 2010

The current issue of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine is on newsstands and in the mail now! To order your copy or to subscribe, just call us toll free: 800-565-4951. To whet your appetite, selected departments are available online: click here or use the links (in blue) below.

FEATURES

The Art & Craft of Andersen Design Founded in the 1950s, this East Boothbay ceramics workshop continues to create beautiful and useful stoneware. BY COLIN WOODARD

“We All Haul Together” A week aboard the schooner Heritage with Captains Doug and Linda Lee. BY DONNIE MULLEN

Historic Maine Homes The styles of our homes reflect the times when those homes were designed and built. BY CHRISTOPHER GLASS | PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRIAN VANDEN BRINK

Life Lessons at Camp Chewonki CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ARTICLE ONLINE The campers build their own kayaks, then paddle them on a three-week voyage along the coast of Maine. In the process, they learn how to cope. BY JENNY BENNETT
DEPARTMENTS

PUBLISHER'S LETTER

BOATYARD DOG® Darth’s Derring-Do

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

VIEW FROM THE PORCH The trains in Maine are hard to explain, the best view in the Pine Tree State, and Herbie bites the (saw) dust. BY PETER BASS

AWANADJO ALMANACK You can catch the sweet aroma of the awakening Earth in your nostrils. BY ROB MCCALL

A LETTER FROM MATINICUS A Matter of Opinion BY EVA MURRAY

A POSTCARD IN TIME Rockbound BY PETER H. SPECTRE

The Sandbagger

MY BOAT, MY HARBOR The Sandbagger Tam O’Shanter BY AVERY BROTT

FROM WHENCE WE CAME Thomas Fleming Day, Lady Annie Brassey, and Edwin Tappan Adney BY PETER H. SPECTRE

OFF THE DRAWING BOARD Classically Inspired, Inspiringly Beautiful: The Fitzgerald 58 BY ART PAINE

BOOK REVIEW Settled in the Wild: Notes from the Edge of Town REVIEWED BY GRETCHEN PISTON OGDEN

MAINELY GOURMET A Day in Bath BY PETER H. SPECTRE

GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Prouts Neck BY BEN ELLISON

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 109 Issue 109 | April/May 2010 Volume 23 | Number 2 | Click image to expand
On the cover: The Eggemoggin Reach Regatta, 2009. In the foreground: the 90-foot yawl Bequia, designed by Stephens Waring & White and built by Brooklin Boat Yard. Photograph by Alison Langley. Click image to expand.


Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors Issue 109