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Issue 111 Table of Contents

Boatshow Issue 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

RAY HUNT: New England Archimedes Click here to view the article online.
A first-class helmsman and an inventive, trend-setting designer of both sail and powerboats, Hunt had a fascinating, productive career.
BY JOSEPH GRIBBINS (INTRODUCTION BY PETER BASS)

Chronicles of the Slate House See it, save it, and then build with it. TEXT & PHOTOGRAPHS BY LAURIE SCHREIBER

JAMES DODDS: Two Coasts, One Perspective Click here to view the article online.
When English marine artist James Dodds came to Maine, he brought a fresh eye to bear on a coast that is so different from his native shore yet in many respects is so similar.
BY BILL MAYHER

The Global-Warmin’ Levee-Breakin’ Blues Truth and consequences: you be the judge. STORY AND ILLUSTRATIONS BY JAN ADKINS

Maritime Folk Art In the 21st Century Anne-Emmanuelle Marpeau, a French artist, portrays and interprets the coast of Maine in her own unique way. BY R. MICHAEL WALL
DEPARTMENTS

PUBLISHER'S LETTER

BOATYARD DOG® Jethro the deckhand dog

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

VIEW FROM THE PORCH Flora and fauna “from away,” the no-impact lobster trap, this sporting life, and gleanings from the state’s newspapers. BY PETER BASS

AWANADJO ALMANACK We have come full circle from seed to sprout to bud to flower and to seed again. BY ROB MCCALL

A POSTCARD IN TIME “I Met a Sport in Beals, Me.” BY PETER H. SPECTRE

A LETTER FROM MATINICUS Make Way for the Garbage Czar BY EVA MURRAY

SALTWATER FOODWAYS What’s for Dessert? BY SANDRA L. OLIVER

FROM WHENCE WE CAME Classics in Their Own Way: Carl Alberg, Joe Richards, and Alf Loomis. BY PETER H. SPECTRE

OFF THE DRAWING BOARD The New W-37 and the Spirit of Tradition BY ART PAINE

MY BOAT, MY HARBOR All’s Fair in Love and Racing BY JOHN ANDREWS

MAINELY GOURMET The Hartstone Inn, Camden BY PETER H. SPECTRE

GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Rockland Harbor, End to End BY BEN ELLISON

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 111 Issue 111 | Boatshow Issue 2010 Volume 23 | Number 3 | Click image to expand
On the cover: the French & Webb-built diesel-electric launch Zogo will be at the MBH&H Boat and Home Show in Rockland August 13–15, 2010. Photograph by Billy Black. Click image to see a larger view.

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