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This classic Danish sloop, a fiberglass double-ender (Sagitta-30) is where I started writing The UnFolding on my summer vacations back when I was teaching in the 'lower 48'. She is shown tied to the US Forest Service Neva Strait mooring buoy, about 20 miles north of Sitka, Alaska. I was ashore on Partofshikof Island looking across the strait.

The commercial fishing boat in the background is a typical older wooden troller that catch wild salmon in these waters. It is not often sunny and warm up here but when it is it is glorious!