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Froggy’s Pie Plate Breeze

“Weuns could leave the boy guard them,” said Captain Ed. “You reckon he’s old enough?” Froggy knew he ought to go home, but here was his big chance. Maybe if he guarded the canoes, Captain Ed would take him with them on the Magic. “I’m going on thirteen,” he said. Captain Ed nodded. “Don’t you touch anything, lad,” he said, “just drive off any cats or dogs and if one of them city fellers come poking around with a picture-taking box, toss a lighted firecracker under his stern.” This tickled Froggy. He fingered the big cylinder in his pocket and saw it exploding in close proximity to a city dude. Captain Ed would return just in time to witness the

“Any way, she’s clear,” Captain Ed said. “Mind you the nor’easter we sailed in three year ago? Four capsizes and three men drowned.” “They didn’t catch Jed Harrison’s body for three days,” said Joe Sparks. “Took it out of a pound net down Honga River way.” “Jed was reared on the Honga,” said Captain Ed. “A drowned man always heads for home.” The sun softened the pitch in the deck seams; the men became thirsty. “Let’s all go up to Bill Scott’s and get something cold,” Captain Ed said. “You reckon it’s safe to leave the canoes alone?” asked Joe. Island Creek waterfront home ideally situated between Oxford & Easton. The architectural renovations reflect a contemporary style 3 BR, 2 BA home with waterside deck, pool, screened porch, dock, and mature trees. An inviting open floor plan unites generous living spaces including a large kitchen, a dining room, family, and living room (one with woodstove, one with fireplace). Beautifully crafted with wood floors, built-in bookshelves, lots of natural lighting, cathedral ceilings, attached and detached garages. $1,025,000

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