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Page Twenty Eight-A

A photographic journey continued.


Carl Jr.
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By Phlum's fence.

Robert
Brother
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At end of 69th St. Pier Brooklyn

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Owl's Head Park

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69th St. Pier

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On Fifth Ave. Brooklyn

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In front of Kresqes

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L to R - Georges Olsen, and Noda; Billy Rickert; and me by Phlumy's fence.

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Robert ( Roby ); Ronnie; and Billy in front of Billy's

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Me, and Stanley

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Randy, and Roby

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Cindy, and I wading in Tompkins Cove, N.Y.

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Me with Sverre Carlson - Captain; and his buddies

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Sand, and gravel facility at Tompkin's Cove

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Me, Cindy, and Stanley aboard the Blarney Stone in Gowanus Canal

The last photo on this page shows me in my "khakis" - my High School uniform...the care-free days over. My first time away from home, except for summer camp, was a week aboard the New York Trap Rock Corporation scow - Blarney Stone - Stanley's uncle's command. It was pure adventure, traveling from the Rockaways through New York Harbor, and up the Hudson to Tarytown in company of dozens of other sand scows...in those days, each with a captain, and sometimes with his family, or invited guests - like me, on board. It was a very social thing.
Cindy was Captain Sverre's faithful companion, a mix-breed with a wonderful nature. This last photo shows Cindy a couple of years after I made the epic voyage, still alive, and well...Sverre loved that dog...everyone did.
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