Issue 139 Table of Contents
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VIDEO: Artist, writer, and naturalist James Prosek made a wonderful short animated documentary about eels for TED-Ed. It is totally worth your while to watch.
VIDEO: Our father-son boatbuilding team is working on a Scow Moth. For a real thrill, check out a video of America’s Cup sailors training on foiling moths.
VIDEO: Filmmaker Juliet Bennett interviewed Maine boatbuilders, including the late Jimmy Steele, about the history of peapods and building techniques. The full video is available from the Penobscot Marine Museum. Watch a preview: Video 1, Video 2
Issue 139 | March/April 2016
Volume 29 | Number 2
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On the cover: Peapod builder Jimmy Steele of Brooklin, Maine, was known for his elegant yet sturdy little double-enders. Photo by Benjamin Mendlowitz.
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