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Issue 175 Table of Contents

March/April 2022

To Do’s and Distractions
Sandpaper and the to-do list

Kiva + Nana
Sail loft canines Kiva & Nana

Letters to the Editor 175
Hinckley 41s, knots, and a steamship search

Wild ice, a Russian eagle, and changing of the guard
An expedition sailing vessel, skating on wild ice, and waiting for shrimp

Church of the Red Lobsterboat
A red lobsterboat moored near his home became a beacon of sorts for author Peter Behrens.

Boatyard Profile: Riverside Boat Company
Riverside Boatyard: 6th generation boatbuilder on the Damariscotta River

The Transformative Power of Rowing
The DoryWoman of Belfast shares her love of her craft.

An unfortunate high-speed grounding provides the opportunity to modernize an aging racer.

The Rachel Finds Her Lost Soul
A cherished family sailboat is rebuilt in Canada.

David Wolfe: Master Printer
Master printer David Wolfe helps artists and publishers realize their visions.

Camden’s Anchor Works
Camden once was the site of the country’s largest anchor manufacturing company.

Maine’s Lynx Project
Maine lynx: secretive, beautiful, and threatened.

McCurdy Smokehouse
The McCurdy smokehouse Museum tells the story of Lubec’s fishy past.

A Cruise Down Memory Lane on a Special Boat
A cruise on a boat built by her father brings back great memories and makes new ones.

Gardiner: River Town Revival
A historic community on the Kennebec River has been undergoing a revival in recent years.

Welcome Downeast
Melting ice, swelling birdsong, and red maple flowers

A Tribute to a Maine Fisherman
A caring gesture from a waterfront community

Maine I Love — Joe Upton
Maine through the eye of Joe Upton

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Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 175
Issue 175 | March/April 2022
Volume 35 | Number 2
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On the cover: Bill Morris sails on his Morris 32 Fox, which was built by his brother, the late Tom Morris.