Bowsprite. What an absolutely lovely evening on board the Lilac.
One more of the Lilac, just because -
Good music on the buoy deck -
a beautiful evening (as mentioned),Old Salt has a book out (and it looks very salty indeed and I can't wait for the dead tree edition to come out), that Tugster and a friend of his did some work on a very interesting film that had been at something of a standstill when last I'd heard (more on that down the road someday, I hope, there's a lot to still be done first), and the 20th annual Great North River Tugboat Race And Contest is on Sunday, so I can go (yay, I thought it was Saturday & I'm volunteering all day at Sebago - I'm just tickled to find out I can do both)! Oh, yes, and the art was lovely of course! Somehow I managed to miss the auction completely...this may not have been such a bad thing...
Frank's paintings are even more spectacular in person -
my old employers (pardon the blatant commercial plug but I loved working for these folks, think they're one of the nicest ways to see the harbor) - here was something else I was glad to finally see! I knew they had the America 2.0, but somehow, I hadn't seen her yet - finally got my chance tonight, isn't she a nice-looking boat?