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Issue 178 Table of Contents

September/October 2022

Welcome Downeast
Autumn vines, apple harvest, migrating warblers

A Bar Harbor “Cottage”
A 1930's summer mansion with a secret

Atlantic Boat Finds a Niche Building Launches
Atlantic Boat finds a niche building launches and water taxis

Granite Piers Hark Back to the Age of Ice
A tangle of woods in Brooksville was once home to a major business: the Maine Lake Ice Company, that shipped ice all over the world

Oliver and Lucy White
Oliver and Lucy White: working boatyard dogs

Finestkind Boatyard
Finestkind Boatyard can handle just about any boat job, but the majority of its customers are do-it-yourselfers

Raging moose, angry bears, and other wild animal encounters
Encounters with animals in the wild can be exciting, and also scary

Alan Magee’s Conversation with the World
Through paintings, prints, and songs, the artist Alan Magee responds to civilization and its discontents

Life Aboard Mind’sEye
A new boat built in Sweden fits right in on the Maine coast

Still Boating After All These Years
At 103 and 96, respectively, Herb and Ruth Weiss are experienced cruisers

Westport Island
When driving Route 1 between Bath and Wiscasset, consider stopping at Westport Island

Unique wooden lobsterboat
Doug Dodge has spent the last decade perfecting a wooden lobsterboat that he hopes will be the fastest in its class

Waterfront Makeover
Lyman-Morse's rebuilt facility in Camden has risen, like a phoenix, after a devastating fire

See You on the Water
A letter from the new publisher, Ted Ruegg

New boats, sharks & climate change
Ocean science, boat launches, and sharks on the move

Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Issue 178
Issue 178 | September/October 2022
Volume 35 | Number 5
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On the cover: Ruth and Herb Weiss have proven that getting older doesn't mean you have to stop cruising the coast.