Issue 154 Table of Contents
From the Publisher — Issue 154
Boatyard Dogs — Issue 154
Letters to the Editor—Issue 154
On the Town Dock — Issue 154
My Boat, My Harbor (My House) — Issue 154
Two Great Keel-Centerboard Options
Pendleton Yacht Yard: Island Anchor
A Lifelong Boatbuilder
Printed Boat Parts? You Bet.
What Makes the Wind Blow?
The Case of the Missing Mussels
Light in the Autumn Darkness
The Battle Notch or the Dreaded Repower
The Joy and Heartache of Maine Farm Life in the 1960s
New. Found. Land.
Awanadjo Almanack—Issue 154
Midye Dolma, Stuffed Mussels, or “Paella Bites”
Not to miss in Newfoundland
Impressions of Newfoundland
Launch of Blackjack
Married to a Man Who’s Married to a Boatyard
Bucksport’s Elegant Linwood Cottage
What's Online @ maineboats.com
TRAVEL: So you want to go to Newfoundland?
RECIPE: Who doesn’t want a new recipe for cooking mussels? This one for stuffed mussels comes from Turkey.
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Issue 154 | September/October 2018
Volume 31 | Number 5
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On the cover: Sailors on Isleboro have been racing Dark Harbor 20s like these since the 1930s. When Stanley Pendleton started Pendleton Yacht Yard on the land his family had owned since the early 1900s, he already had a reputation as a DH20 expert. Today the yard continues to care for much of the fleet.
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