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Cruising Active Transport
We left San Francisco on September 7th 2008 and are off to see the world in our Tayana 37 Pilot House cutter.
Active Transport's Photos - Eden, New South Wales
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The walk from the beach where we landed the dingy went through a residential neighborhood.  This buy is either expecting a lot of mail or just had a spare beer keg sitting around.  Look close at his mailbox
This is the view down Flinders street showing Active Transport riding peacefully at anchor.
This is one of the exhibits in the Killer Whale Museum that was very interesting.  The display was about Australian architecture and how the use of corrugated steel roofing has become such an icon of Australian buildings.  The quote in this picture might not be readable.  It says " Aesthetically considered, this custom of roofing with galvanised iron is the most abominable abuse that has crept into colonial architecture."
This is main street in Eden.  Im sure its very different at rush hour.
This is the Eden Fishermen
This is the Killer Whale Museum from the outside.  It overlooks the bay where they used to render the whale blubber
On the hook in Tomales Bay
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