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Issue 129 Table of Contents

April/May 2014

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FEATURES

Small House, Big View A modern, efficient rebuild gives new life to a beloved space BY BRUCE D. SNIDER

Influenced by Nature Early Maine sailing vacations inspired a land conservation movement BY CATHERINE SCHMITT

The Hidden Life of Seaweed How a Rockland seaweed factory helped create the processed foods we know and love today BY JOSIE ISELIN

Blancmange A recipe for Irish sea moss pudding BY DAVID HOPKINS

Nadeau of the North Tapping into Franco-American heritage and a sense of Maine to create stories of life near the edge BY CARL LITTLE

Remembering the Oakey L. Alexander Local folk helped with the dramatic rescue off Cape Elizabeth BY EVA MURRAY

Pre-Civil Rights Vacation Destination This guesthouse welcomed African American travelers during an era when many other lodging places would not BY JANET MENDELSOHN
IN EVERY ISSUE

PUBLISHER'S LETTER Boat-besotted Friends

BOATYARD DOG

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

VIEW FROM THE PORCH BY PETER BASS

AWANADJO ALMANACK BY ROB MCCALL

THE MAINE I LOVE BY ROBERT F. BUKATY DEPARTMENTS

MY BOAT, MY HARBOR One family has treasured an extraordinary yacht for 90 years BY PHILP L. SMITH

DYON: PARTNERSHIP LED TO GREAT DESIGN BY MAYNARD BRAY **BONUS CONTENT: Video of Dyon hitting the water

POSTCARD IN TIME Fish Shack Days, Steamship Nights BY PETER H. SPECTRE

A LETTER FROM AWAY Reviving an antique sailing class in Turkey BY ALICE GREENWAY **BONUS CONTENT: A letter from the International Twelve Foot Dinghy Class Association

A LETTER FROM HOME A leisurely adventure down east centers around tiny, bony, deep-fried fish BY KAREN O. ZIMMERMANN

OFF THE DRAWING BOARD The Greenline Hybrid 33 BY ART PAINE **BONUS CONTENT:Video of the Greenline 33

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 129 Issue 129 | April/May 2014 Volume 27 | Number 2 | Click image to expand
On the cover: Dyon's large cockpit has plenty of room for friends and family. Photo by Alison Langley.

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