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Issue 98 Table of Contents

Issue 98 - March 2008

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Table of Contents


Remembering Jimmy Steele A downeast peapod builder of the old school who peeled back his work, and his life, to its essence. BY BILL MAYHER, PHOTOGRAPHS BY BENJAMIN MENDLOWITZ

A Cape On Merrymeeting Bay As beautiful as this house and its surrounding property are, they are made special by generations of family history. BY REGINA COLE, PHOTOGRAPHS BY SANDY AGRAFIOTIS

A Passion for Place: Alan Bray His ties to Piscataquis County have led to the painting of remarkable landscapes and to national recognition. BY CARL LITTLE

BOATS OF THE YEAR 2007 Our annual roundup of new boats and notable rebuilds up and down the coast.
By Jennifer Wilson McIntosh

Bounty the Second, Boothbay Harbor Shipyard, by Robert Lloyd Webb
Anna & Eight Bells, Brooklin Boat Yard, by Art Paine
Agnes, J.O. Brown & Son, North Haven, by Polly Saltonstall
The Return of the Drascombe, East/West Custom Boats, by John K. Hanson, Jr.
Muskrat A Holland With Attitude, Pendleton Yacht Yard, by Gretchen Piston Ogden
Three Renovations, Rockport Marine, by Art Paine
The Durham Boat Paul Rollins, Boatbuilderby Peter Bass
Sabre 52 Salon Express, Sabre Corporation, by Peter Bass
Hurricane Island 30, Southport Island Marine, by Steve Callahan
Rangitiki, York Marine, by John Snyder

Maine Oyster Cult Oyster cultivation on the coast of Maine is on the increase, because our water is clean, cold, salty, and full of nutrients, and our oysters have a delightfully distinctive taste. BY CATHERINE SCHMITT

Thos. Moser: Less is More In 35 years, Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers has redefined American furniture-making. BY ROBERT LLOYD WEBB

  • A Letter from the Publisher
  • The Lee of the Boathouse
  • Boatyard Dog®: Glacier, of Steuben
  • Mainely Gourmet: Conte’s 1894 Restaurant, Rockland
  • Gunkholing with Gizmo: Cross River
  • AWANADJO ALMANACK The warm smile of a sunny afternoon, the cold shoulder of a hard freeze. By Rob McCall

    A POSTCARD IN TIME Union Station, Portland By Peter H. Spectre

    A LETTER FROM MATINICUS “Why Don’t You Have a Cow?” By Eva Murray

    Issue 98 Issue 98 | March 2008 Volume 21 | Number 1
    On the cover: The 38' jet boat Aujourd'Hui, designed by Mark Fitzgerald of C.W. Paine and Associates in Camden and built by Lyman-Morse in Thomaston. Photograph by Billy Black.

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