Photo by Salt Water New England

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Random Shots from the Archives

Photos by Salt Water New England





 

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  1. Quoddys, Barbours and Volvos...oh my!

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    1. And terriers, knot bracelets, and critter pants...a tour de force!

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    2. And a very nice looking Catalina 30.

      David J Cooper

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  2. Very nice photos and colors. Pure class.

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  3. That looks like a Walker's shortbread cookie in photo #2.

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  4. Whatever happened to York River Traders? I have that same boat-tote that was shipped to me free of charge along with a backordered belt a few years ago with no note or anything. Use both all the time.

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    1. i was thinking the handle on that tote looked like their work. I like their belts, have one with green webbing and another with blue rigging rope. The brother and sister who started the business closed it at the end of 2019.

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    2. I wish ElizaB/Leather Man could pick up the rigging concept in their belts. It would be cool on a pair of sandals for my wife, too.

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    3. There are minimalist sandals that would replicate the look and feel of a rope sandal. They are from thin webbing that's less prone to chafing, comfortable for walking. Check out Bedrock, Xero, and Luna.

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  5. Simple elegance will out! Just superb. Thank you!

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  6. Love it! You have "archives", I have "random pictures on my iPhone". ;)

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    1. Me too. I have 3000 pictures on my iPhone. Lots of squirrels and trees. How random is that?
      MaryAnne

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  7. MUFFY OVERLOAD!!!!

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    1. No such animal.

      In this case less is not more (sorry Mies).

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    2. Impossible...can't get enough of her !

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    3. Agreed. Muffy photos are why many of us come to this site. She is pure class.

      Old Bostonian

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  8. RE: second photo from the top. Seeing this makes me wish I had reinforcements when my Cuban grandmother who insisted EVERYTHING be starched and ironed would scold me for wearing non-pressed shirts and chinos. I had to rebel somehow.

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  9. Even those classic Heywood Wakefield wicker chairs (I'm guessing) seen on so many old-fashioned New England seaside porches.

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