For the next few months we often get wonderful fog rolling in, over and around us. Those seeking the sun don’t much like it, but I enjoy it tremendously. It seems things quiet down even more when the fog rolls in and the views across the water become enchanting. Yesterday afternoon we grabbed a cup of coffee and strolled down the little board walk that leads to the Cemetery Point Park behind our house. There are several old and falling apart boat hulls trap in the marshes back there, and this is one of them. I suspect it once was a LCVP [Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel] that was built by Andrew Higgins in Louisiana. Something like 20,000 of these boats were built either by his company or under license, by others. I remember scrambling into boats like this from cargo nets that were slung over the side of our troop transports, when I was a young Marine. [This was quite a few years after WW II! :)]
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