The Log of The Elk


The Elk was a fast racer and in this ship’s log you’ll read about adventures of her crew in the summer of 1907.

August 3rd, 1907 “The trip east, from a scenic point of view is grand, the Scarboro Bluffs, as they are called, rising to a height of two to three hundred feet, and have acquired a formation like the roofs of a continental style of architecture in places that are known locally as the “Dutch Churches”.

Cover by Sarah Goodwin

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