Ronno Schouten can still remember the day he stepped aboard the 203-foot Feadship Lady Aviva. It was late 2002, and the badly burned yacht had been rescued from her Red Sea cruising grounds and returned to her birthplace in Holland. Launched in 1998, she was still just a baby, Schouten recalls thinking. He looked around the blackened engine room, where the flames had taken hold, then
On May 26, 1907, pharmacist Clyde Morrison and his wife, Mary Brown, welcomed a happy, healthy baby boy into their modest, four-room Winterset, Iowa, home. They named him Marion Michael Morrison.
"She hasn’t changed a bit."
While typically this is one of the utmost compliments that can be paid, in the case of Paloma, the sentiment wasn’t exactly positive.
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