R is for Rowboats.............
These fishermen were back early after having a busy morning.
Their fishing boats are moored in the harbor, and the only way they can get to them is by taking their rowboats and rowing out to them.
The rowboat is then moored in the harbor as they head out in the work boat.
Very early in the morning, this dock will be empty, but as late afternoon comes around, the rowboats are so crowded against this dock, the water is not visible. They are sometimes 2-3 rows deep.
Some of these boats belong to pleasure craft owners also, as there are sailboats moored alongside the work boats in the harbor.
As a rule, you can usually tell which ones belong to who. Can you tell who and why?
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