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Paul Carter of Port Townsend makes the most of the day’s sunshine as he joins a Washington State Ferry on Port Townsend Bay. Monday was his first time out on his single MAAS 24 rowing shell.

Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News Paul Carter of Port Townsend makes the most of the day’s sunshine as he joins a Washington State Ferry on Port Townsend Bay. Monday was his first time out on his single MAAS 24 rowing shell.

Out on the bay

Paul Carter of Port Townsend makes the most of the day’s sunshine as he joins the Washington State Ferry on Port Townsend Bay.

Monday was his first time out on his single MAAS 24 rowing shell.

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