|In these days when commuting to the office seems to penetrate every aspect of life, there are individuals who earn their living in a different environment—on the water, for example.|
Here are three cases in point:
This is the Red Witch, a shellfish dragger that leaves the Bond’s Dock area of Stratford, CT each day to seek out shellfish for the market.
A work crew doing some updating of the lighthouse on Middleground, in the center of Long Island Sound; note the tugboat to the right.
A “head boat” or party boat that takes individuals fishing out of Port Jefferson, Long Island, New York each day. Hopefully everyone’s wearing deodorant [they appear to be a bit crammed in there].
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