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September 18, 2013

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Marsha Weaver

I knew nothing about this town. The museum sounds wonderful.

That is one huge whale.

I love relief-carved whale teeth. What beautiful work.

Paul Weaver

Those are some amazing models! Man if houses could speak...that mariners home could sure tell some stories. :-)

Janice Evans

wow. . .you saw a lot of amazing things in the museum. . .I always love the dioramas, and being an artist, of course I love all the scrimshaw work. . .really great stuff!

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