Issue 130 Table of Contents
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At Home in Port
Boatbuilders kick back on their waterborne dreams
BY LAURIE SCHREIBER
I Should Have Named Her Serendipity
Who hasn't wanted to own a model of his sailboat?
BY C. DANIEL SMITH
Life Below the Mooring Ball
If you set it, they will come
BY RUTH HILL
In the Garden
The useful and lovely plant known as mullein
BY LYNETTE L. WALTHER
William Irvine's Maine
Scottish-born painter of modernist landscapes
BY CARL LITTLE
The Saga of the Lorna R.
A beloved boat is found again and restored to top racing shape
BY KRISTINA DAY OSGOOD
PUBLISHER'S LETTER The Spirit of Home
BOATYARD DOG® Unabashed Boat Enthusiast
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 Photograph by Ann-e Blanchard DEPARTMENTS
A LETTER FROM HOME How we got a boat and finally met our neighbors BY BROOKE WILLIAMS
A POSTCARD IN TIME "Give me donuts or give me death!" BY PETER H. SPECTRE
MY BOAT, MY HARBOR Adventures in a Boston Whaler shaped an artist's world vision BY ERIC HOPKINS **BONUS CONTENT: Boston Whaler Musings by Bill Mayher
OFF THE DRAWING BOARD Harrier 25 Sport BY ART PAINE
A LETTER FROM AWAY An amateur sets out to build his own runabout BY DALE R. HAMILTON
SMALL ADVENTURES Damariscotta: Waiting to be discovered BY MIMI BIGELOW STEADMAN
On the cover: The powerboat, Buffalo Soldier, shown here cruising across West Penobscot Bay with the Camden Hills in the background, was designed by C. Raymond Hunt and built more than 50 years ago. The new Hunt Harrier 25 Sport has many of the same great qualities. Photo by Polly Saltonstall.
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