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Letters to the Editor - Issue 131

Letters to the Editor, Issue 131

A Letter from the Publisher - Issue 131

A Letter from the Publisher – Issue 131

Laynie - Issue 131

Laynie: Herder, helper, paddleboarder

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 131

Blue Hill: the Town, the Bay, the Mountain

Issue 131 Table of Contents

Maine Boats Homes and Harbors magazine, Table of Contents, Issue 131, Boatshow 2014

Thoreau in the Maine Woods

Although Henry David Thoreau published his book about the Maine woods 150 years ago, his vision and words still resonate today. Thoreau’s experience of the Maine woods was a confrontation with himself, with humans’ place on the planet, and with the meaning of civilization.

Hunt Harrier 25 Sport

Contributing Editor Art Paine reviews the new Hunt Harrier 25 Sport, comparing it with a C. Raymond Hunt design from 50 years earlier. Both boats feature a deep-V hull design that helps them power through rough water.

The Maine I Love - Ann-e Blanchard

This issue we feature the work of Ann-e Blanchard, a freelance photographer from Scarborough, Maine, who shoots photos for the Portland Yacht Club and Gulf of Maine Ocean Racing Association web site.

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 130

Blue Hill: the Town, the Bay, the Mountain

View from the Porch - Issue 130

Contributing Editor Peter Bass was last seen boarding a double-hulled amphibious UFO, with a healthy supply of seafood, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy, and a book about dockline etiquette to share with the intergalactic community at large.

Letters to the Editor - Issue 130

Letters to the Editor, Issue 130

Brigantine - Issue 130

Unabashed Boat Enthusiast

A Letter from the Publisher - Issue 130

A Letter from the Publisher – Issue 130

Issue 130 Table of Contents

Maine Boats Homes and Harbors magazine, Table of Contents, Issue 130, June/July 2014

Small House, Big View

An environmentalist sees the rebuild of his shorefront home as an opportunity to align the house with his principles. The new house is small and extremely efficient.