At 9:45pm on January 19, 2011, J Drew Deeley said…


What a wonderful idea this is. I will go through my photos and see what I can find. I'll also prime the pumps and see if I can perge some old memories and stories from my time on the Tabor Boy.

At 9:24pm on January 19, 2011, Charles Barns (Barney) Davis said…

condensed version...climbed up the haws pipe 100 ton masters 500 ton f&t ab unlimited lifeboatman etc. anchor handling tug supply, Gulf of Mexico, Georges Bank. 1987 - present Bayside Marine Corp. Duxbury. I am the waterfront. Moorings deliveries both for Bayside and on my own. Some ocean racing lots of cruising. Two mariages. A son from the first now 23. A daughter and a son from the second 17 & 15. My wife, Maura, is a health care professional and we live in Duxbury. Oh  and a Beagle and a cat. What's up with you?

At 9:10pm on January 19, 2011, Charles Barns (Barney) Davis said…

Thanks Peter,

Good to hear from you again. I almost contacted you a couple of years ago. I was operating a small schooner for charter and eduicational purposes and even participated in op sail 2000, The Aries. I did a lot of work with Camp Wings Cross Roads for Kids program through the Duxbury Bay Maritime school in Duxbury, MA.

I will contact some of my TA buds and turn them on to the site as well as my cousins the Spauldings. I think you would remember Matt, an alum and Master of the mighty Serendipity. I can't wait to dig out my schooner pictures too!,

Yours at anchor,



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