Issue 108 Table of Contents
Issue 108 - March 2010
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Table of Contents
The Aerial Art of Yvonne Jacquette When the ground-level point of view seems too mundane, take to the air. BY CARL LITTLE
Easier on the Planet
Five energy-efficient homes.
BY ROBERT KNIGHT, AIA
Building A Life One Adventure at a Time
Dave and Jaja Martin have sailed the major oceans of the world and lived in many countries, yet they settled here in Maine.
BY NANCY WILSON
The Not-So-Retired Ralph Stanley
He has passed on his boatbuilding business to his son, but he hasn’t faded away. Far from it.
BY ROGER F. DUNCAN | PHOTOGRAPHS BY CRAIG S. MILNER
BOATS OF THE YEAR 2009
Our annual roundup of boatbuilding projects from Maine and beyond.
BY JENNIFER WILSON MCINTOSH
BOATYARD DOG® Pancho Villa: 2009 World Champion Boatyard Dog
LETTERS We welcome your comments, and we print them too!
VIEW FROM THE PORCH Friendship goes moist, the cost of boating, and the famous canoe-testing toss. BY PETER BASS
AWANADJO ALMANACK Hear the exuberant spring chant of a male cardinal rising undaunted in the falling snow. BY ROB MCCALL
A POSTCARD IN TIME Big Fish, Little Boat BY PETER H. SPECTRE
BOOK REVIEW The Gougeon Brothers on Boat Construction: Wood and West System® Materials REVIEWED BY TED HUGGER
SALTWATER FOODWAYS Some Like it HOT! BY SANDRA OLIVER
MAINELY GOURMET Different Venues, Different Menus: Cloud Nine and Slates Restaurants BY PETER H. SPECTRE
GUNKHOLING WITH GIZMO Burnt Island, North Haven BY BEN ELLISON
On the cover: the Stanley 38 Maisie McGoo, built by the John Williams Boat Company. Photograph by Alison Langley. Click image to expand.
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