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Hi All,

During my time in BG I bought a return Ticket to Wismar and boarded the MV. R.H. Carr in Georgetown. I had never ventured on any long river trip before. The first stop on the nine-hour trip was Atkinson Field. There I bought a cucumber, peeled it, threw a dash of salt on it and ate it for breakfast. I washed it down with a Banks Beer.
The next stop was Dora. The ferry also stopped at Clemwood, Dalgin and other settlements along the river. It remained in midstream while small boats came out to it. I finally arrived in Wismar many hours later.
My question is was MV R.H. Carr (LF alias Ganji Pheasant) or was this ferry named by LF's 'Ganji Pheasant' a figment of our imagination in 1965? I think both ferries are one of the same! Any recall or info would be grateful. I would be amazed after all this time if anyone can help? Les


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