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News From The Village Updated Almost Daily
- Fay Bond Turns 100 - Sept 29
- This Week @ New Village Brewery Sept 28 - 30
- Mike Bramble @ The Red Rooster - Sept 29
- Preparing Healthy Meals - Sept 29
- Harborfest for Heartworks - Sept 30
- Oriental Farmer's Market - Saturday
- Fire Station 19 Fundraiser - Sept 30
Getting that License. Captain's Blog
9 kinds of boats. Only one rubber chicken.. The Story
Birthdays, the Polar Plunge, and a Public Forum on Paving. The Story
Travel cat with a leash. Pet Of The Month
Rosenwald School makes the list. The Story
Music fans brave the heat. The Story
Hundreds Come Out For A Summer Tradition. The Story
"I’m just so devastated". Letters To The Editor
Traveler, Mother, Volunteer, Musician. The Story
Webster shows Woodies how it's done. The Story
Warm ocean temps could feed hurricanes. The Story
No chickens, but record setting fish. The Story
Thanks to the community. Letters To The Editor
Piggly Wiggly Party. The Story
Different year, same fight. The Story
Should the Town Join the Distressed?. The Story
43 years of Croaker Celebration. The Story
Educator, entrepreneur, family man. The Story
A cruising boat that's a family member. The Shipping News
The right prep makes for a calmer storm. Captain's Blog
Tracking The Fundraising Progress. The Story
Special Thanks. Letters To The Editor
Budget passes without funding roads. The Story
Marines seeking room to maneuver. The Story
A once-a-year appearance. The Story
Salute to a friendship. Letters To The Editor
At 80 years old. The Story
One Commissioner's View. Letters To The Editor
Litzenbergers swallow the anchor in Oriental. The Story
Two nights and over $200k raised for the Hope Clinic. The Story
A Sneaky Second Attempt at Partisan School Board Elections. The Story
The 2023 Town Wide Yard Sale. The Story
Sailcraft rezoning, dog bites, Airbnbs. The Story
1,300 cyclists come and go. The Story
High wind chaos Saturday; Sunday smooth sailing. The Story
Sail, power, paddle - even painted fish-on-a-stick. The Story
4 humans aboard 82 salvaged feet. The Shipping News
Mother, Grandmother, Caregiver, Companion. The Story
Injuries sustained. The Story
Pick 'em up. Letters To The Editor
SailPack Coach Dana Magliola needs some help. Guest Columnist
'Unanimous vote' shuts out School Board & parents. The Story
19 bands playing bluegrass, folk, gospel and more. The Story
Rezoning public hearing set. The Story
Mr Cunningham's contribution to sailing. Captain's Blog
Supporting Commissioners remain silent. The Story
2nd Annual Shine a Light Fundraiser. The Story
Burning a mythical creature supports the arts. The Story
Celebrating a centennial, helping kids and firefighters, and giving your pets a little grace. It’s all happening this weekend:
Fay Bond’s 100th birthday celebration is at Lou Mac Park, starting at 5p, Friday night. Jasmine Tasty Thai serves at the Brewery until 8p. Down the road, Mike Bramble plays at the Red Rooster starting at 7p.
Saturday morning, there’s a full vendor lineup at the Oriental Farmer’s Market – open at 8a on Hodges Street. All About Churros food truck is at the Brewery from 2 – 8p. The volunteer firefighters of Station 19 are having a dinner / drive-thru fundraiser at The Oriental Deli from 5 – 7:50p.
Patrick Bliss performs in the Brewery beer garden from 5:30 – 8:30p. And HeartWorks holds their annual Gala Fundraiser – Harborfest for HeartWorks – at their Bayboro facility starting at 5:30p.
On Sunday, take your four-legged (or slithery or feathered) friends to the Labyrinth at 2p for the Annual Blessing of the Animals.
It’s all in What’s Happening.
2:26p America’s hardest working grocer is back – Billy Flockhart at Oriental’s Piggly Wiggly:
8:14a There are two storms on the Atlantic. Tropical Storm Rina formed Thursday, with a northwesterly path that should keep the storm east of Bermuda. Tropical Storm Philippe is slowly meandering east of the Caribbean, now expected to strengthen and head north (staying far away from our town).
But these two storms are unusually close together, which has NOAA pondering. Could the storms merge?
There (rarely) can be a binary interaction between two tropical storms (or hurricanes). This is also known as the Fujiwhara Effect. It happens when two storms passing near each other and “begin an intense dance around their common center,” according to the National Hurricane Center.
Sometimes, the stronger storm can absorb the weaker one. But if the two storms have similar strength, they can gravitate toward each other “until they reach a common point and merge, or merely spin each other around for a while before shooting off on their own paths.” But sometimes (it is rare), the merging of two storms can produce a single, larger storm.
6:10a High water levels have ferry service reduced this morning:
9:57a Life Worth Living.
It’s the topic (and the the book) up for discussion at this evening’s One-Off Book Club.
Didn’t read the book? Just looking for a good discussion? Join in at M&M’s at 4p, in the back room.
At 7p, take a trip to HeartWorks in Bayboro for a Pamlico Friends of the Library progress update on the new library building.
Stay at that same meeting for an author talk from Heather Cobham. She’ll explain the historical and fictional aspects of her latest novel, Calling the Circle, including her research and writing process, life in 1914 Oriental, and the book’s inspiration.
4:32p Harborfest for HeartWorks. Ol’ Front Porch Music Festival. The Oriental Classic Car Show. The Chili Cook-off.
There’s something going on almost every weekend for the next month. Here’s the rundown:
• Sat. Oct 6 & 7 – The Ol’ Front Porch Music Festival: a free 2 day music festival played on the village porches
• Sat. Oct 14 – The Oriental Classic Car Show: automobiles from the last 100 years show off on South Ave
• Sat. Oct 21 – The Annual Old Theater Chili Cook-off: restaurant and home chefs compete for Oriental’s Best Chili
These events have happened before. They’ll likely happen again.
But on Friday, September 29, there is an event that will only happen once: The celebration of Fay’s Bond 100th Birthday.
Gather by Lou Mac Park at 5p to watch the parade as Fay travels from her home on Neuse to Lou Mac Park for the party. And as with the her annual Watermelon social – everyone is invited.
11:35a Tropical Storm Phillipe is mid Atlantic. A couple days ago the forecast track was heading north. Now, it is much more westbound. If you didn’t know anything else, it looks like trouble.
But… there’s good news. Phillipe is forecast to weaken and then dissipate in four days, well before it has a chance to come our way.
9:43a Fall is here. You’re forgiven if you missed the Autumnal Equinox on Saturday – Tropical Storm Ophelia was visiting.
With Fall comes cooler temperatures. Daytime highs are in the seventies this week. Nights dip down in the mid to low 60s.
It’s a busier Tuesday than usual. This afternoon Arlington Place holds their home tour & Open House from 4-6. Tonight at Pamlico Community College, learn to play Bridge at 5p, and women & girls are welcome to join the first of two self-defense classes from 5:30-6:30p.
This week’s events are all in What’s Happening.
11:07a Trash pickup is running a little late today; it has good reason. A garbage truck encountered a sagging utility line across Church Street. (Likely a result of this weekend’s storm.)
The driver was okay and it was determined it was a Spectrum line – not a power line. It is now being disentangled. The driver reports trash pickup will resume once his truck has been freed.
10:08a An oyster roast for your 20 closest friends. A week-long getaway on Bald Head Island. And a 10-day sailing vacation from St. Lucia to the Grenadines.
They’re all up for bid this coming weekend at HeartWorks’ Harborfest.
Once a year, HeartWorks goes all out for their Harborfest Gala – a fundraiser supporting their mission to provide summer and after-school education and meals for elementary and middle school children. There’s dinner, dancing, a live auction, and an online auction – all on the HeartWorks grounds.
Today is the last day to purchase tickets for the event – the chef needs a final number for the big night. You can purchase your Gala tickets here.
The online auction is live and closes at 5p, October 1. Take a look at the auction catalog, and the details on the live auction items.
9:25a From the TownDock Chill Pill archives:
The Neuse from Lou Mac Park. Video from January 2019, a few minutes after 7a.
7:01a It’s safe to come out. Feels like an autumn Sunday morning (and the calendar agrees – autumn began Saturday).
Ophelia is now Post-Tropical. Her remains will rain on the northeast today.
The barometer is much happier this morning:
Sunny & low 80s today and Monday. On the Neuse, 10-15 today, calming to 5-10 knot winds Monday.
The ferry is back on a normal two boat schedule.
2:38p New Village Brewery is open today. Tanja’s Hella Fat Food Truck will be onsite and ready to serve by 4:30p.
The Minnesott Beach / Cherry Branch Ferry is back in service with 1 boat in operation. The ferry schedule is:
Minnesott Beach: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11p
Cherry Branch: 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, 10p
12:31p Water levels have come down – now about a foot above normal.
11:34a You’re thinking you’ve had enough of this. Well, in the midst of Tropical Storm Ophelia… a new tropical system has formed. Welcome to Tropical Depression 17 (future storm Philippe).
There’s good news. Seventeen / Phillipe is going to be polite and stay far away.
11:17a From Pastor Anne at Oriental United Methodist Church:
11:10a Ophelia now has max 50 mph winds, and moving away (north) at 13 mph.
8:55a Nautical Wheelers is closed today in Oriental (no power).
8:27a TownDock’s Allison DeWeese went out looking for wind this morning. Found some on South Ave (no additional charge for windshield wiper):
8:14a The barometer has finally started to move up. Ophelia begins to depart.
8:03a The 8a report from NHC, Ophelia has 65 mph winds, moving north at 13 mph. At the Lou Mac park wind gauge, max 52 mph so far this morning.
Only about a half inch of rain since midnight. Added to Fridays heavy rains, and just over 4 inches so far from Ophelia.
At TownDock HQ, the wind is howling in the trees.
7:50a At the Wildlife Ramp… a seagull roller coaster:
7:17a Power is out in the village. The Duke lights went out about 10 minutes ago. Locally, over 1,300 Duke customers lost power. TownDock pull-start generator now in action.
These high winds are ripe for causing damage to lines. Duke Energy
does not yet have any estimate on restoration. now says power back today by 6:00p. Duke is known for cautiously over-estimating repair times… power will likely be restored well before 6:00p.
6:39a The winds are very powerful right now. TownDock Senior Management attempted a walk for photos… at times the wind made it hard to stand up.
A retreat ensued.
While the surge concern may have passed, Ophelia’s high winds will be with us for many hours.
6:34a It’s almost sunrise. It does appear you’ve survived the night.
A TownDock tradition after a tropical storm / hurricane overnighter, is the national anthem at sunrise:
Bunky, you really should stand.
5:29a The Lou Mac wind gauge registered 46 mph at 5:06a. The Morehead City weather station reported a 58 mph gust a few minutes ago.
5:02a Tropical Storm Ophelia’s path is tracking a bit farther west and inland than initially forecast. That’s causing the south winds, and the surge to promptly recede.
It also means we will get the most powerful side of the storm. We’re feeling it right now – high winds & gusts. This is a moment it pains not to have the TownDock weather station wind gauge (it failed Friday). However, we do have access to wind data from the water level gauge at Lou Mac. It registered a 39mph wind at 4:24a this morning. The Cherry Point weather station reported a 52 mph gust a few minutes ago.
It is really windy right now.
The barometer is still dropping:
So far 3.9 inches of rain from the storm (almost all of it Friday).
3:41a Water levels have dropped in the past couple hours – now down to just 2 feet above normal. As storm Ophelia moves by, the winds have switched to south (meaning from the south). In and near Oriental, north / northeast / east winds raise water levels, while south / southwest / west winds drop water levels.
As measured by the state water level gauge at the Lou Mac Park pier, peak surge was 4 ft, just after 8p Friday night.
At TownDock World Headquarters near the harbor, the semi-official TownDock measuring tape measured a max 4 1/2 feet of surge.
11:10p NOAA has raised its surge projection to 4-6 feet for the Neuse and Bay rivers.
8:48p The GOES East satellite view… Tropical Storm Ophelia nears:
Weather radar has a very wet view.
8:00p Tropical Storm Ophelia has 70mph winds, just below hurricane strength.
Water levels now at 3.71 ft by the official state water level gauge. The TownDock ruler says 4.25 ft.
The latest rainfall forecast 4 to 6 inches – 3.23 inches have already rained down since midnight.
7:34p The water level gauge graphics are back:
7:09p While the state gauge is back working, TownDock’s direct ruler measurements have surge levels now at 4 feet.
7:01p The Oriental Water Level Gauge is back working… currently reading a surge of 3.5 feet.
FYI, those readings are not yet present in the pretty graphs created by NOAA, but TownDock has access to the data and will manually report it if needed during this storm.
A big salute to Gary Thompson with NC Division of Emergency Management – they reacted really quickly when they learned the gauge was down today.
6:02p The latest surge forecast from CERA – Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment:
In Oriental, 5.9 ft at 4am. New Bern, 7.8 ft at 5am.
The NOAA/NHC surge forecast is more general: 3-5 ft for the Neuse River & Pamlico Sound.
Our latest storm status from NOAA:
TROPICAL STORM WARNING IN EFFECT. HURRICANE WATCH IN EFFECT.
Michael Brennan at NHC has a video update:
5:25p The water level gauge may be back. From Gary @ NC Division of Emergency Management:
5:00p Ophelia is turning out to be more than expected. From the National Hurricane Center:
AIR FORCE HURRICANE HUNTERS FIND OPHELIA HAS STRENGTHENED. HURRICANE WATCH ISSUED FOR PORTIONS OF EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA.
Ophelia now has 70 mph winds – almost a hurricane.
So far today, 2.4 inches of rain.
4:12p Two inches of rain have fallen since midnight. It’s coming down hard – the Oriental Weather Station reports a rate of almost an inch an hour right now.
TownDock has contacted the NC Division of Emergency Management re the broken water level gauge. They say they may be able to send someone onsite to fix it today.
2:34p Some of the automatic gauges we rely on, won’t be working for Tropical Storm Ophelia’s visit. TownDock’s wind gauge went out early this morning. The state’s water level gauge (and our back up wind gauge) stopped reporting at 10:50a this morning.
Re water levels, all will be OK. There just won’t be that pretty graph. By TownDock Senior Management’s eyeball meter, water levels are now already at 3 ft surge. We’ll simply do manual measurements (a Stanley shop ruler) for this storm. It works.
We also have the state’s gauge in Bayboro as a reference, plus Tommy Wheeler with Tidewater Rice is kindly sharing water level data from their rice farm in Pamlico County. It all is a good reference.
1:59p It is now officially Tropical Storm Ophelia.
1:50p CERA (Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment) has just issued a surge prediction report. It predicts a 4.9 ft surge for Oriental, peaking tonight/overnight at 4am.
FYI, CERA predict a 6.1 ft surge for New Bern, Saturday at 5am. The surge predictions from NOAA are more broad, simply stating 3-5 ft.
1:26p We’ve already had an inch of rain fall today. NOAA shows Oriental about on the line between a 6-10 inch storm rain prediction, and a 4-6 inch prediction. Call it 4-10 inches. We’re gonna get wet.
TownDock regrets to report our wind gauge is not operating. We have the spare parts, but Senior Management is declining to climb on the TownDock World Headquarters metal roof during a tropical storm to fix it. We’ll have it back sometime next week, but will miss it’s wind readings during this storm’s visit.
TownDock will have access to wind readings from the water level gauge at Lou Mac Park, which we will provide during the storm. It’s not ideal (too low), but it is a source. It reads a high of 19 mph so far today.
Water levels are now at 1.88 ft.
12:19p Ferry operations at Cherry Branch/Minnesott Beach have been suspended due to the weather.
Town Hall is closing at 1p today.
11:50a National Hurricane Center Director Michael Brennan has the latest on the approaching storm system – he notes the storm’s center is becoming better defined:
Note re surge: 3-5 ft of surge means 3-5 ft above normal water levels. It does not suggest 3-5 ft over land.
9:36a With the coming storm, several events have been either cancelled altogether, or rescheduled for another day. Here’s the list:
• The Mad Fiddler at New Village Brewery – rescheduled from Friday night to October 21
• Mark Hewitt Pottery Exhibition – rescheduled from Saturday to Wednesday, September 27
• Brant Island Strings at the Red Rooster Friday night
• Roadside Dogs Food Truck at New Village Brewery Friday night
• Saturday Oriental Farmer’s Market Saturday morning
• Rabies Clinic Saturday afternoon
• The Fish Fry Fundraiser Saturday afternoon
New Village Brewery is closed Friday.
8:11a We are beginning to feel the storm’s outer edge… the beginning of tropical storm conditions. Water levels now about 1.4 feet up, a result of the north winds.
The system will approach the NC coast tonight, with the center of the storm expected to make landfall overnight. Maximum sustained winds now are near 50 mph. The storm is expected to strengthen to 60 mph. It is likely to become a tropical storm later today (it would be Tropical Storm Ophelia).
Even if it doesn’t technically become a tropical storm, it will still bring tropical-storm conditions to our area.
5:33a The “potential” storm system is forecast to become Tropical Storm Ophelia later today. Ophelia’s peak winds are expected to be 60 mph. As the storm approaches it will cause brisk northeast winds – that will push water levels higher. NOAA is predicting surge levels of 3-5 feet.
The rain graphic from NOAA/NHC has Oriental on the edge between a 4-6 inch rain prediction, and a 6-10 inch prediction. Either way, we’re getting a lot of rain.
At the ferry, a reduced schedule:
Based on previous storm experience, higher water levels (and winds) will likely stop the ferry runs sometime today.
6:22p The updated storm surge forecast from NOAA/NHC has us at 3-5 ft:
Friday morning TownDock will provide the latest surge forecast from CERA – Coastal Emergency Risks Assessment. Right now CERA is predicting a 3 ft surge for the Oriental area. Planning on the higher end of NOAA’s 3-5 ft will keep you out of trouble.
5:55p The latest video update on the storm system, from the National Hurricane Center:
4:58p In the 5p NHC update for Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen, some changes. From the forecaster’s discussion:
• NOW 29.2N 75.9W 30 KT 35 MPH…POTENTIAL TROP CYCLONE
• Fri 5a 30.8N 75.8W 40 KT 45 MPH…POTENTIAL TROP CYCLONE
• Fri 5p 32.6N 76.0W 45 KT 50 MPH…POTENTIAL TROP CYCLONE
• Sat 5a 33.8N 76.5W 50 KT 60 MPH
• Sat 5p 35.6N 77.0W 50 KT 60 MPH
• Sun 5a 37.3N 76.9W 35 KT 40 MPH
• Sun 5p 38.7N 76.1W 30 KT 35 MPH…POST-TROPICAL
Now forecasting 3-5 ft of surge, 4-6 inches of rain.
1:01p It may currently be called “Potential Tropical Cyclone 16” – but we are almost certainly getting a tropical storm (or tropical depression) Saturday. Expect Tropical Storm Ophelia.
• A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued from Cape Fear, North Carolina, northward to Fenwick Island, Delaware, including Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds, and the Chesapeake Bay south of Smith Point.
• A Storm Surge Watch has been issued from Surf City, North Carolina to Chincoteague, Virginia, and the for the Chesapeake Bay south of Smith Point, including Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.
Initial predictions for our area are 2-4 ft of surge, 4-6 inches of rain.
A low off the Florida coast is now Invest 99. That Invest has been promptly renamed Potential Tropical Cyclone 16. This potential storm will at the very least rain on us this weekend… and it will likely develop into a small tropical storm system. From the National Hurricane Center:
As a result, advisories are being initiated on Potential Tropical Cyclone Sixteen to issue Tropical Storm Warnings and Storm Surge Watches for portions of the coasts of North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland.
If Potential Storm 16 develops (as expected)… it will become Tropical Storm Ophelia.
9:24a The sun is shining and the high today is near 80. TownDock junior staff says it’s a lovely day in Oriental.
This weekend may be a slightly different story – thunderstorms likely Friday with a 70% chance of rain Friday and Saturday.
The 70% can be misleading – it means there’s a 70% chance that a drop of rain will fall in the area sometime during that 24 hour period, not that it might rain 70% of the day.
That said, the Arlington Place Open House scheduled for this weekend has been postponed until Tuesday, September 26. Want to find out what else is happening in town this week, or weekend? It’s all in What’s Happening.
12:49p Captains abound in Oriental. But there’s always room for more.
The Captain’s Blog explains the highs and lows of having a captain’s license. And how you can get one.
5:14p A hidden rubber chicken and a capsizing (or two). It happened at the 2023 Greens Creek Challenge.
2:39p The high today was forecast to be near 80. As of this writing, it’s only reached 74.
It’s a welcome shift from the near 90 degree temps of last week. High temps for the week are expected to keep close to 80.
County Commissioners meet this evening at 7p for their second monthly meeting. They’re meeting in the Courthouse Annex. The public is welcome to attend.
As of this morning, Storm Nigel is now Hurricane Nigel. Nigel is expected to become a powerful hurricane. And stay far away.
10:05a The Greens Creek Challenge. So named for the challenge of finding a rubber chicken hidden in the creeks.
• 1st: Bob Slook
• 2nd: Izzy Humphries and Fiona Somers
• 3rd: Jack and Brian Burgess
Here are some of the small boats sailing the creek Saturday:
There are other awards to be won, usually determined in the moment, and by circumstance:
• Breakdown Award: Don DiStephano, Sean Travis, Chuck Love, Joe Johnson
• Single Handed Award: Adam Phillips
• Young and Old: Jack and Brian Burgess
• Stick to it award: Bobbie Cochran
• Sculler award: Rob and James Rivenbark
• Rubber Chicken: Jude Brown
Story and photos coming Monday…
9:50a If you see Tom Lathrop today, Happy Birthday is the proper salutation. Tom is 92.
On Tom’s 90th birthday, TownDock published a story about Tom and his creations.
From the Oriental Weather Station, a pleasant thermal trend:
9:34a On the Atlantic, lotsa action, none of it coming our way. Lee is post-tropical, visiting Prince Edward Island. Margot is running outa gas. Tropical Depression 15 has become Tropical Storm Nigel. Nigel is expected to be a hurricane Monday.
Nigel is thankfully living up to his gentlemanly name, steering away from land and generally heading north.
2:51p Tonight at The Red Rooster/Silos, Ken Belangia plays. Today at New Village Brewery Jasmine Tasty Thai food truck rolls in from 4-8p.
Saturday morning the Oriental Farmers’ Market has a full crew on Hodges St near the harbor. It’s the annual Greens Creek Regatta Challenge, for sailboats 20 ft and under. Nautical Wheelers has wine tastings at 2 & 3p. At Oriental History Museum from 2-4p see the paintings of Lucille Truitt, and learn more about her life.
Also Saturday, at the brewery the La Cocina del Coqui Food Truck (Cuban), plus the prolific Ken Belangia performs 5-7p in the Beer Garden.
12:22p Tropical Depression Fifteen has formed (from Invest 97). This will become named storm Nigel, and is expected to reach hurricane strength.
Fortunately, Fifteen/Nigel is also forecast to take a familiar path – turning north well before reaching the US east coast.
9:49a Lili Bacon, co-owner of New Village Brewery, celebrated her 50th birthday earlier this month. As part of that celebration, she took up a collection of food donations at the Brewery for PCFLO – the Pamlico County Fishes and Loaves food pantry.Those donations added up. From an email to Lili from PCFLO Chairman Ray Ruppert:
Lili sends a thank you to everyone who donated, and ads that the Brewery will serve as a collection point for local, charitable non-profits for anyone wanting to use their special occasion to help out.
8:06p Hurricane Lee is distant, but still having some impact as the storm passes to our east. From the National Weather Service forecast discussion:
As high pressure continues to build into the region and strong northerly winds continue, a cooler and drier airmass will overspread ENC tonight allowing dewpoints to drop by several degrees compared to last night. Overnight lows will also be several degrees lower, into the upper 50s to low 60s inland and into the low 70s along the coast and OBX. Coastal conditions will continue to deteriorate as northerly winds surge and Hurricane Lee’s powerful swell increases.
3:57p You’ve likely heard of Reiki. You may have a dog.
It turn’s out the two can go together. There is an Animal Reiki Class starting at 7p tonight, at the Spirit Shack on Hodges St.
8:08a The GOES East satellite view… Hurricane Lee makes his way north:
This time Friday morning Lee will be directly to our east.
Endless Adventures Await
Hereshoff 12.5 gaff rigged sailboat
Nautical Yard Sale lots of boat-water goodies
Whittaker creek slip for rent. And marine gear.
Tandem kayak, Trek Pilot bike & 40" Smart TV
Tohatsu 5 HP, 4 Stroke Long Shaft Boat Motor
1983 Hinterhoeller Niagara 31 (Baby Swan)
Commercial Refrigerator... needs repair
Hourly Kitchen Position
Grady-White Gulfstream 232
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