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Issue 97 Table of Contents

Issue 97 - Winter 2008

The current issue of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine is on newsstands now. To order a copy, call 800-565-4951. Selected departments are available online, click here and see the links in blue below.

Table of Contents

Features

A Dory Runs Through It Illustrator, craftsman, oarsman, and author, Sam Manning brings the maritime world to life with pencil, oar, and steady hand. Text and Photographs by Donnie Mullen

See a gallery of Sam Manning's illustrations by
clicking here.

Raising Isabella, or, Moths We Have Grown to Love Caterpillar to pupa to moth—the life cycle of a very common, and fascinating, creature. By Ruth Ann Hill

The Identities of Mr. Nathaniel Rogers If you live in the city and suffer from islomania—a passion for islands—there is only one thing for it: Get in your car and drive toward the northeast until you come to the coast; then find yourself a boat. By Franklin Russell

Sabre Yachts: A Sense of Where They Are One of the largest builders in Maine, Sabre has made its reputation by offering semi-custom yachts known for solid engineering and evolutionary—not revolutionary—design. By Peter Bass

Back to the Land This rural Maine home is filled with connections: to family, to friends, and to place.. By Carol Bass | Photographs by Dennis Welsh

Bill Woodman: The Art of the Cartoon A Bangor native, this contributor to some of the most prestigious magazines in the country banks on his cartoons. By Carl Little

Lie-Nielsen Toolworks: A Steadily Expanding Business This Maine company manufactures high-quality hand tools prized by boatbuilders and woodworkers around the world. By Lynda Clancy

Carry On, Captain Smith If the Ocean Classroom Foundation’s legendary shipmaster seems a little larger than life, that’s because he is. By Richard J. King
Departments

  • A Letter from the Publisher
  • In The Lee of the Boathouse
  • Boatyard Dog®: Kiley Davis, 2007 World Champ
  • Mainely Gourmet: Wildflour Bakery
  • Review: The Republic of Pirates
  • Review: Ice Blink
  • Gunkholing with Gizmo: Eastern Egg Rock,
    Muscongus Bay
  • AWANADJO ALMANACK During a storm the steeple moves with the winds of time but is not broken. By Rob McCall

    A POSTCARD IN TIME A Late Package Delivered By Peter H. Spectre

    A LETTER FROM MATINICUS The Doughnut Rebellion By Eva Murray

    SALTWATER FOODWAYS Comfort Me with Cookies By Sandra L. Oliver

    MY BOAT, MY HARBOR Rowing Down the Years By Iver S. Lofving

    Issue 97 Issue 97 | Winter 2008 Volume 20 | Number 5
    On the cover: Dulse dories on Grand Manan. Photograph by Fred Field.

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