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08-05-2012 09:10 AM
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DAVID G. SELLARS ON THE WATERFRONT: Officially derelict sailboat cut up in ... - Peni



DAVID G. SELLARS ON THE WATERFRONT: Officially derelict sailboat cut up in ...
Peninsula Daily
The 46-foot sailboat that had been anchored in the west end of Port Angeles Harbor for the better part of three years, Esther Marie, is now a footnote in the harbor's history. The ferrocement boat was sitting on the hard at the Port Angeles Boat Haven ...




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