Issue 132 Table of Contents
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Sailing into the Future Hodgdon Yachts builds a cutting-edge ocean racer BY TOM GROENING
Mainers love their ice shacks
BY KAY STEPHENS
FDR's Beloved Island
A favorite retreat, Campobello helped shape Roosevelt and his family
BY JANET MENDELSOHN
Gray Seals Swim Back Into Maine
Once-rare carnivores winter on Seal Island
BY TONY OPPERSDORFF
Artist Celeste Roberge’s seaweed boats float the imagination
BY CARL LITTLE
MJM: Mary Johnstone’s Motorboat
A powerboat designed and built by sailors
BY PETER BASS
Father and Daughter Lettercutters
Chiseling meaning into stone in Belfast
BY DONNA GOLD
Cold Enough Yet?
The science behind sea smoke
BY CATHERINE SCHMITT
Ode to the Stones
When life gives you rocks, grow rock gardens
BY LYNETTE L. WALTHER
From Classic Icon to Iconoclastic
Hinckley gets back into building sailboats
BY ALESSANDRO VITELLI
PUBLISHER'S LETTER The Color of Adventure
BOATYARD DOG® Gatsby: The New World Champion
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 Jim Dugan DEPARTMENTS
MAINE COURSE Sea Salt: The Spice of Life BY KAREN O. ZIMMERMANN
A POSTCARD IN TIME Can’t Get No Satisfaction BY PETER H. SPECTRE
OFF THE DRAWING BOARD The Marlin Heritage 23 and the Selkie BY ART PAINE
A LETTER FROM AWAY A Race Back in Time BY ALICE GREENWAY
SMALL ADVENTURES Southwest Harbor: The quiet side of Mt. Desert BY MIMI BIGELOW STEADMAN
MY BOAT, MY HARBOR Every Boat Has a Story to Tell BY SALLY GIDDINGS SMITH
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On the cover: Bob and Nancy Stover of Belfast, Maine, take their Amphicar for a cruise on Megunticook Lake in Camden. See the story on page 36. Photo by Jamie Bloomquist
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