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i I y A busy. transitional season for Overfalls M Stel Univ( of M gram Marit (OM! 12. recog metal COrrO that c a pen( he als, useum Foundation )hen Dexter, Ph.D. from the rsity of Delaware's College trine Studies, was the pro- speaker at the Overfalls me Museum Foundation:s IF) monthly meeting Nov. )exter, an internationally zed expert on corrosion of in saltwater, detailed how ion occurs and precautions n be taken to reduce it. In d of questions and answers addressed the problem of corrosion of the hull of the Light- ship Overfalls. In addition to his general expertise on corrosion, he has exarrfined the hull and had the lightship's restoration team run a series of tests to better understand condition and what natural forces might be attacking it. His con- clusion is that, based on what is visible, the ship is in reasonably good shape given her age and care for the last 30 years. But, he con- Continued on page 77 Sho do " AI Today to Schedule Beach '',0 Midway 3ping Center 645-8881 Mke k ,5,.301 Limestone I1.  Suite 223 239-1933 912 N. Union St. (Se hoblo EsAol) &58,-8180 300 Foulk Rood Fox Run Vision Center Middletown SIC Suite 1B Fox Run 755 North Brood St. 654-5693 832-1500 376-9200 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004,73 Submitted photo The Dirty Hands Gang (the Lightship Overfalls' restora- tion crew) closes the success- ful 2004 season with a cele- bratory barbecue. Shown (back row, l-r) are John Thorsen, Frank Gallo, Dave Bernheisel, Jack Lesher, Jim Raehn, Bill Reader, Bob Stewart, Jack Schulze. In the middle are Barry Simmer- man, Bill Ritehie, Bill Baugh- man, Lou Schulze, Jim Helm, Ernie Mocci. In front are Dave Weber and Chuck Oakes. New Homes from the ,fs to the L On In a Iiteeme opportunltyl is me is kted with upgrades. Spd your days watcl, tl Immm on ilul Inaan Cal Ck. tout your frmt door to your  private boat F.aloy am ol the mt luxuaous h0mes in Pot- Neta Pot-Nets Bar, de $111e0 (0011) l"h beautiful home stande alone. Watch the picturesque sunsets over Indm River BIrf fmrn your screened pochl A quk walk to yo* bot in Iho  lt hoatf POt-NS Seaside $1mJ (0166) IIIIIIIII I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII I I ;lOOs IIIIIIIIIIII II/111111 II IIII Pre-Owned Homes from the $10s to the $100s What a vlewl amx on your screened porch o,ooV, ing Indi= C.ai Creek ane yoar own Wivate boat dockl Home . comes tm',bhed and ready to move , PoFNas eayside $S5,900 (OCZlS7) Greet location for lamillul  m yore scmel po 1 wch'you dren play at 'e plgeol. Home sits directly aaes from Ihe pool al tennis courts. Hurry and eojoy this winter in lront of your cozy fifephe. Pot-Nets Bayside S9,9OO (o5) This iS a tully nice R/lt homel Taslefully decorated and said furnished. Features incktle new cabinets, new mart like counters, new lileum and berber carpel, new heater and NC, Sturdy and solid, ifs a groat house at a great price! Pot-Nets Ba,/side $29,500 (002164) Excellent Iocatlonl Boat slips directly in front, well  home with new carpot. N sctoemd po, vory brigt Great. (0(10) t Fully fumlzhed affordable beach home. Three bedrooms. Laxge liorne site within ? block of pod ead tocreation aroa. House features large ca/: port and carnal air eoit. Pot-Nets Creekside $19,10 (00172) Looking foe a great value? This immaculate home has it all! Cozy fireplace, huge screened porch, split ld pl, many upgrades. Nice home at an afrdable ixicel Pot-Nets Greekside $211,000 (002171) _'d P00-0000ETSo,EII00 ' D2S We.olfRoute24oLoNetRoadin  Long Neck, De4aware - only 2.5 hours by car from Baltimore and Washington, and an easy Jl C 0 M U N I T S commute from New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 1-800-486-1436 Bayside. Seaskit. Lakeside " Lake'e 01. Creekside Coveside Dockside 1-800-485-4631 Bayside Office .... , '( tin IIOMI!% ()/ ION(, NI: K NI.W I)iMI.:N i I y A busy. transitional season for Overfalls M Stel Univ( of M gram Marit (OM! 12. recog metal COrrO that c a pen( he als, useum Foundation )hen Dexter, Ph.D. from the rsity of Delaware's College trine Studies, was the pro- speaker at the Overfalls me Museum Foundation:s IF) monthly meeting Nov. )exter, an internationally zed expert on corrosion of in saltwater, detailed how ion occurs and precautions n be taken to reduce it. In d of questions and answers addressed the problem of corrosion of the hull of the Light- ship Overfalls. In addition to his general expertise on corrosion, he has exarrfined the hull and had the lightship's restoration team run a series of tests to better understand condition and what natural forces might be attacking it. His con- clusion is that, based on what is visible, the ship is in reasonably good shape given her age and care for the last 30 years. But, he con- Continued on page 77 Sho do " AI Today to Schedule Beach '',0 Midway 3ping Center 645-8881 Mke k ,5,.301 Limestone I1.  Suite 223 239-1933 912 N. Union St. (Se hoblo EsAol) &58,-8180 300 Foulk Rood Fox Run Vision Center Middletown SIC Suite 1B Fox Run 755 North Brood St. 654-5693 832-1500 376-9200 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004,73 Submitted photo The Dirty Hands Gang (the Lightship Overfalls' restora- tion crew) closes the success- ful 2004 season with a cele- bratory barbecue. Shown (back row, l-r) are John Thorsen, Frank Gallo, Dave Bernheisel, Jack Lesher, Jim Raehn, Bill Reader, Bob Stewart, Jack Schulze. In the middle are Barry Simmer- man, Bill Ritehie, Bill Baugh- man, Lou Schulze, Jim Helm, Ernie Mocci. In front are Dave Weber and Chuck Oakes. New Homes from the ,fs to the L On In a Iiteeme opportunltyl is me is kted with upgrades. Spd your days watcl, tl Immm on ilul Inaan Cal Ck. tout your frmt door to your  private boat F.aloy am ol the mt luxuaous h0mes in Pot- Neta Pot-Nets Bar, de $111e0 (0011) l"h beautiful home stande alone. Watch the picturesque sunsets over Indm River BIrf fmrn your screened pochl A quk walk to yo* bot in Iho  lt hoatf POt-NS Seaside $1mJ (0166) IIIIIIIII I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIII I I ;lOOs IIIIIIIIIIII II/111111 II IIII Pre-Owned Homes from the $10s to the $100s What a vlewl amx on your screened porch o,ooV, ing Indi= C.ai Creek ane yoar own Wivate boat dockl Home . comes tm',bhed and ready to move , PoFNas eayside $S5,900 (OCZlS7) Greet location for lamillul  m yore scmel po 1 wch'you dren play at 'e plgeol. Home sits directly aaes from Ihe pool al tennis courts. Hurry and eojoy this winter in lront of your cozy fifephe. Pot-Nets Bayside S9,9OO (o5) This iS a tully nice R/lt homel Taslefully decorated and said furnished. Features incktle new cabinets, new mart like counters, new lileum and berber carpel, new heater and NC, Sturdy and solid, ifs a groat house at a great price! Pot-Nets Ba,/side $29,500 (002164) Excellent Iocatlonl Boat slips directly in front, well  home with new carpot. N sctoemd po, vory brigt Great. (0(10) t Fully fumlzhed affordable beach home. Three bedrooms. Laxge liorne site within ? block of pod ead tocreation aroa. House features large ca/: port and carnal air eoit. Pot-Nets Creekside $19,10 (00172) Looking foe a great value? This immaculate home has it all! Cozy fireplace, huge screened porch, split ld pl, many upgrades. Nice home at an afrdable ixicel Pot-Nets Greekside $211,000 (002171) _'d P00-0000ETSo,EII00 ' D2S We.olfRoute24oLoNetRoadin  Long Neck, De4aware - only 2.5 hours by car from Baltimore and Washington, and an easy Jl C 0 M U N I T S commute from New Jersey and Pennsylvania. 1-800-486-1436 Bayside. Seaskit. Lakeside " Lake'e 01. Creekside Coveside Dockside 1-800-485-4631 Bayside Office .... , '( tin IIOMI!% ()/ ION(, NI: K NI.W I)iMI.:N