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Pictures and an inventory are available on the Internet at http: Interior bulkheads glassed to hull. Headliner finished, cabin sole carpet. Sloop rig, Proctor aluminum spar and boom, 1 x 19 SS wire rope with swaged fittings. Harken Roller Furling on head stay. Split backstay , baby stay, tiller steering, boom vang, Main sheet traveler. It sold for 21, through a broker. CS27 Excellent Condition. Lying Lion’s Head, Ontario. Basic instrumentation VHS, speed, depth and compass.
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ISBN Nazi black magic and the anti-christ order Heinrich Himmler, whose arrest as a traitor Hitler had ordered on 28 April for negotiating with the Allies, was captured by a British patrol on 23 May. Hitler had sown seeds of the deepest hatred between Nazis and Communists in his teaching and in the cruelty and mass murder he had launched in Russia. Now it was the turn of the Soviets.
Summer at the Jersey Shore kicks off when eight house mates move into their summer share. Romance heats up between Sammy and Mike, but all might be lost when the guys invite three random girls to join them in the hot tub.
This beautiful Ohlson 38 has been meticulously maintained and extensively prepared and equipped for long distance, short-handed cruising. She was modified several years ago to increase the waterline length for comfortable easy motion and speed. Weather is breaking we are forever optimists and we are ready to show this boat NOW! Located in Sandusky, Ohio.
Always in fresh water! Only 3 owners – first for 2 years, second for 18 and we have been lucky enough to enjoy her for the last 16 years. We knew the people we purchased her from and watched her sail for 14 years before our purchase of her. Good light air boat that is stiff enough to handle it well when the wind picks up. Health issues force sale. Enjoying time with friends at the dock, sailing the Lake Erie Islands and shores or longer trips to Lake St.
Clair, Lake Huron or the beautiful North Channel, this boat will take care of you. Although not planned, we have tested this boat in a lot of what Lake Erie can dish up. Well maintained boat, consistently improved and loved by current owners. Located in little river, South Carolina.
Captain Dave had the boys dancing across the deck today. This veteran crew had almost no problems hauling in their fish, and if they did he heard it. Well even if they did well they heard it!
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Watson , original paint SP9 19th century Pennsylvania Hanging Pie safe with the original dry blue paint. Hand punched tins with two tins in the door with two tins on each side and back ,sun burst pattern. Drake in breast preening pose and hen with turned head. SP4 19th century Pennslyvaia twenty drawer Apothecary, in original paint, each drawers has a lock, the drawers are nailed construction, with square head nails, the top of the Apothecary has a small gallery, circa ‘s SOLD SP7 Folk Art Christmas Tree circa ‘s from Eastern Shore Maryland the wood is yellow pine, with fifteen lights original old wiring that still works except for two lights.
The exterior wood showing early lathe marks can be seen on the exterior. Banies, coot Decoy, in original paint with a dog bone weight, stamped R. Notice boat hull like body. This dresser top Vanity Has the original looking glass mirror over a dovetailed storage box. The four shelves each one having a 3″ board applied to each shelf D Late 19th century Pennslyvania Wall Shelf, in ld oyster white paint, very unusual form ,with an apron on the front, the shelf is deeper than most shelves you find.
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I LOVE this show!! Nikk Tiffany they can net that but you also have to look at the cost of maintaining equipment, paying your help—even in a family operation, the cost of gas, etc. Many of them also bring in shrimp and other swamp animals during other seasons. They make that in one month. He processes his own for meat, hides, etc.
Weehawken is a township in Hudson County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the township’s population was 12,, reflecting a decline of (%) from the 13, counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by 1, (+%) from the 12, counted in the Census.
D65 19th century Pennslyvania hanging Cupboard in original dry red paint, with four window lite door which is fully mmortised and pegged, applied step molding circa D67 19th century Document Box with the original blue paint with the letter WSM on the top. American Trencher in original robin egg blue paint, nice wear, Rare to find an authentic early trencher.
Wonderful hand plane marks throughout old age crack and repair D64 Shoe Repair Trade Sign all wood , with original paint, made for a shoe repair shop which can be hung. D68 Beautiful 19th century dovetailed document trunk featuring the best original dry blue paint. Tyler Crisfield, MD Wonderful Tyler hand chopped Goose decoy in old if not the original paint, slightly turned head.
The Desk is in the original dry red painted surface. The wood is white pine. Maine Paint Decorated Dome Top Box, old worn surface, with mustard and brown painted swirl and grained decoration D49 Early 19th century , Virginia Chesterfield County two board top hepplewhite multi purpossce Table, in the original green painted surface, Circa Sold!
C 19th century twelve drawer apothecary chest circa with dovetailed case and drawers. B 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand painted cabin with man in boat landscape scene in muted colors. D15 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand painted cabin and trees RM Carroll “Wally” Algard , Charlestown, Maryland canvasback from the first quarter of the last century with attentive head Sold! D47 Early 19th century peg-rack used for drying herbs or hanging textiles.
It has a chamfered edge on two sides with hand carved pegs mortised through the backboard.
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Reaching bottom in the heavy currents requires the use of jigs as heavy as 5 ounces. Fishermen target areas with drop-offs or structure where stripers lie in ambush. Plugging Plugging targets the upper part of the water column, seeking stripers that are actively chasing baitfish near the surface. This is very popular at sunrise, when stripers and baitfish are often visible on the surface. Bait Fishing Bait Fishing is also popular in the Canal.
| | | | | | | | | | | | | | |: 11/17/ Cayuga Lake out of Taughannock 11/ Met Rob and Jeremy at Taughannock for a mid-AM half day. We had some terrific fishing today with good laker action in .
Name[ edit ] The name Weehawken is generally considered to have evolved from the Algonquian language Lenape spoken by the Hackensack and Tappan. It has variously been interpreted as “maize land”, “place of gulls”, “rocks that look like trees”, which would refer to the Palisades , atop which most of the town sits, or “at the end”, among other suggested translations. Navy ships have been named for the city. The USS Weehawken , launched on November 5, , was a Passaic-class monitor , or ironclad ship, which sailed for the Union Navy during the American Civil War , encountered battles at the Charleston , South Carolina coast, and sank in a moderate gale on December 6, History[ edit ] Weehawken was formed as a township by an act of the New Jersey Legislature , on March 15, , from portions of Hoboken and North Bergen.
A portion of the township was ceded to Hoboken in Additional territory was annexed in from West Hoboken. They were displaced by immigrants to the province of New Netherland , who had begun to settle the west bank of the Hudson at Pavonia in On May 11, , Maryn Adriansen received a patent for a plantation of acres at Awiehaken.
Name[ edit ] The name Weehawken is generally considered to have evolved from the Algonquian language Lenape spoken by the Hackensack and Tappan. It has variously been interpreted as “maize land”, “place of gulls”, “rocks that look like trees”, which would refer to the Palisades , atop which most of the town sits, or “at the end”, among other suggested translations. Navy ships have been named for the city.
LBI Fishing Report Update – November 17, It’s settling down after an extreme blow. The local waters were churned up leaving the bait and game scattered and the water murky.
The ship sank on to the mud and was forgotten for four centuries. Then, in a dredger disturbed some of her timbers. After a brief excavation, the site was largely ignored until its rediscovery by a Wessex Archaeology survey in which led to the present Bournemouth University excavation. The men of Poole made a virtue out of this difficult waterway by trying to prevent anyone other than Poole seamen piloting ships in and out of the harbour.
This was not only to preserve their trade but also to protect the secrets of harbour navigation from strangers and foreigners. The total area of such grounds was calculated to be 8, acres and a grant was made by Charles II to the Duke of Richmond and Lennox to enclose and reclaim them. However nothing came of this ambitious plan or another grant made in to Charles Gifford Esq. At the end of the century, the war with France highlighted the need for improved harbours for the navy.
In , the Lords of the Admiralty ordered a survey of the south coast ports to find out whether they could be improved for naval use. Their conclusions about the local area were not very favourable. Water for a great Space without the Mouth of it at Low water, and that the Rise of the Spring Tydes doe not exceed 8 ft.
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Etymology[ edit ] The origin of the name of Bergen County is a matter of debate. It is believed that the county is named for one of the earliest settlements, Bergen , in modern-day Hudson County. However, the origin of the township’s name is debated. Several sources attribute the name to Bergen, Norway , while others attribute it to Bergen, North Holland in the Netherlands.
The Atwood-Blauvelt Mansion in Oradell , circa At the time of first European contact, Bergen County was inhabited by Native American people, particularly the Lenape Nation , whose sub-groups included the Tappan , Hackensack , and Rumachenanck later called the Haverstraw , as named by the Dutch colonists.
Country Treasures is located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. We are 10 miles east of Easton, MD on Route on Main Street Preston. Our shop is a large two story building that was build in the later part of the 19th century. It has been an antique shop for the past 60 years. Here you will find an outstanding collection of American Painted Country Furniture and Accessories, such as quilts.
Habits— Cod in one place or another range from the surface down to fathoms at least. During the first year after the young cod take to bottom p. But it is certain that many cod fry take to bottom on the offshore banks also, for we have trawled young fry at many localities between Nantucket Shoals and Browns Bank. As a rule, the large cod lie deeper than 7 or 8 fathoms in summer in our latitudes. But the fishing is often good in only 3 to 5 fathoms of water in wintertime, especially in Ipswich Bay.
At the other extreme, comparatively few cod are caught much deeper than fathoms within the Gulf of Maine. And although fishermen sometimes do well at much greater depths on the slopes of the offshore banks, the 5- and fathom contours probably include the great majority of all the cod living in the Gulf, summer or winter. The largest catches of cod are made on rocky and pebbly grounds; on gravel; on sand, and on a particularly gritty type of clay with broken shells. They also frequent the deeper slopes of ledges along shore, where they forage among the Irish moss Chondrus crispus and among seaweeds of other kinds.
Young red ones are especially common in these situations, while one sometimes catches a large rock cod as these dark brown or red fish are called.