The mail in hand, captain and crew prepare to cast off from the seawall
to make a water-born delivery to a passing vessel. The mailboat is moored
along the seawall, without benefit of any breakwater. This makes for a rough
mooring on some days, as passing boat wakes can really get the ol' boat rocking.
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