... right-angled feature itself (or the enclosed mudflats) but to a rock on the high-water line Interesting. As an outright guess, does the rock have a largeolivershaw4229
Continuing this digression from boating matters, but I hope of interest to this crew... Here's a video of a horse-drawn combine at work:jhkohnen
I asked about the Devil's Thrashing Floor over on the Maritime History mailing list and got a partial explanation from one of the experts there (see below Ed'sjhkohnen
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