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Thread: 110 year old Mary E comes home!

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    Default 110 year old Mary E comes home!

    This Sunday, the Mary E will return to Bath. Maine Maritime Museum will be open for free from 10 til 2. The Mary E should arrive at 10:30. See you there:


    http://www.pressherald.com/2017/01/0...ums-wish-list/


    https://visitbath.com/calendars/welc...ty-for-mary-e/


    Last edited by StevenBauer; 04-19-2017 at 07:12 AM.

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    Anyone thinking of going tomorrow?

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    Default Re: 110 year old Mary E comes home!

    I would love to go, unfortunately it is a bit of a haul from here. Enjoy the day Steve!

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    Part of the crowd waiting with anticipation. Her new shed under construction.


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    Nice photos, Stephen. Thank you.

    Kevin
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    Default Re: 110 year old Mary E comes home!

    Wish I had seen your post earlier, Steven. We are in Bath now (arrived about 10 days ago, plan to settle here!) and were at the museum to see Mary E. that day. Would have been nice to meet you. Actually, we got our times mixed up and hung out that morning at Popham Beach waiting to see her enter the Kennebec, only to find out she had long since passed and was well on her way up river ... so we missed the grand arrival. Hope to see you this summer. -Ben

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