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View from the Porch - Issue 130

Contributing Editor Peter Bass was last seen boarding a double-hulled amphibious UFO, with a healthy supply of seafood, Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy, and a book about dockline etiquette to share with the intergalactic community at large.

Letters to the Editor - Issue 130

Letters to the Editor, Issue 130

Brigantine - Issue 130

Unabashed Boat Enthusiast

A Letter from the Publisher - Issue 130

A Letter from the Publisher – Issue 130

Issue 130 Table of Contents

Maine Boats Homes and Harbors magazine, Table of Contents, Issue 130, June/July 2014

Small House, Big View

An environmentalist sees the rebuild of his shorefront home as an opportunity to align the house with his principles. The new house is small and extremely efficient.

The Maine I Love - Robert F. Bukaty

This issue we feature the work of Robert F. Bukaty who likes to focus on people who have a passion for adventure or a love of the outdoors. Bukaty is a staff photographer for the Associated Press based in Portland, Maine.

Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 129

Blue Hill: the Town, the Bay, the Mountain

View from the Porch - Issue 129

Contributing Editor Peter Bass surveys recent news events along the coast. He writes about shrimp, elvers, fishing fashionistas, and rat-infested ghost ships with his usual humorous slant.

Letters to the Editor - Issue 129

Letters to the Editor, Issue 129

Scupper and Perry - Issue 129

Scupper and Perry: Sailor dogs

A Letter from the Publisher - Issue 129

A Letter from the Publisher – Issue 129

Issue 129 Table of Contents

Maine Boats Homes and Harbors magazine, Table of Contents, Issue 129, April/May 2014

Rebirth for a historic mill

An old mill in Freedom is a model for adaptive re-use. After a 40-year vacancy, it is filled with new life, including an alternative school and a restaurant.