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Issue 158 Table of Contents

May/June 2019

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FEATURES

Letter From The Publisher — Issue 158
Painting the boat is a sure sign of spring.

Lincoln and Oliver - Issue 158
Lincoln and Oliver

Letters to the Editor - Issue 158
Thoughts from our readers.

Beavers, whales, and boat stuff
Beavers, whales, boat stuff, and maritime news

Reuel Parker Works New Magic
Reuel Parker has designed a classically inspired powerboat for shallow-water cruising. It is being built by Hylan & Brown.

Boatyard Profile: Androscoggin Wooden Boat Works
Classic Lymans and other vintage wooden boats are restored at this Wayne, Maine, boatyard.

Fish, Nature & Tradition
Three sporting camps: Grant’s, Lakewood, and Bosebuck Mountain, have been luring “sports” to western Maine for over a century.

To The Island
Architect Will Winkelman designs a low-key but comfortable camp for an island in a lake.

The Unsinkable Water Strider
This agile little insect can walk on water.

Want to Try Foiling?
Hydrofoiling finds its way to Maine via paddleboards. An early rider shares her insights.

Where Broken Canoes Find New Life
Bruce Larson of Georges River Canoe specializes in building and restoring classic canoes.

The Art of Lynn Karlin
A self-described “vegetable paparazzi,” Lynn Karlin creates still lifes as well as profile portraits.

EEL of Fortune
Salmon farming may be just the tip of Maine’s move into aquaculture. The latest trend: growing elvers into big fat eels.

Kezar Lake
Kezar Lake has long been a destination for summertime rusticators.

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 158
A report on springtime blooms, bees, and gardens.

The Last Word — Issue 158
Reflections on spring and summer by photographer Cig Harvey.

The Maine I Love - Emily McDevitt
Long before hashtags, filters, digital cameras, and social media, I embraced my love and eye for photography on a six-week float plane adventure from Maine to Alaska with my dad.

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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 158
Issue 158 | May/June 2019
Volume 32 | Number 3
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On the cover: Looking down the arm of Richardson Lake, one of the many pristine bodies of water in the Rangeley Lakes region.