What a scary answer! And this gentleman would have known better
than anyone! His name is Edgar Allan Poe and he lived from 1809
to 1849. Many of us were introduced to Poe in high school, reading
his stories of murder, being buried, horrible executions that could
keep the bravest soul up at night during a scary thunderstorm.
Who could forget
The Black Cat, The Cask of Amontillado, The
Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Pit and the Pendulum...  
Just
thinking of his stories makes one shudder with fright, as does the
thought of you commanding a ship someday after choosing this as
an answer!

Try again... good luck!



















































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October 27, 2006 - In a
press release, Washington
State Ferries announced
that a summary of public
comments were received at
a September 28th
community workshop.
Washington State Ferries’
project team is evaluating
this information in
developing draft alternatives
for the ferry terminal
facilities. The workshop was
an opportunity for the City of
Bainbridge Island and WSF
to work towards
understanding common
priorities.


October 19, 2006 SEATTLE
In a press release, WSF
(Washington State Ferries)
announced that it will hold a
public open house on
Wednesday, November 1 at
the Mullis Senior Center to
gather input on master plan
recommendations for the
area around the Friday
Harbor Ferry Terminal.

October 19, 2006 SEATTLE
In a press release, WSF
announced that Olympic
Cascade, the food
concessionaire for
Washington State Ferries
on the San Juan Island
routes has adjusted galley
hours during the non-peak
season.

October 5, 2006 Anacortes
WSF announced that the 90
car MV Sealth will replace
the 144-car MV Hyak on the
Anacortes/San Juan Islands
route beginning Sunday,
October 8, 2006. The
replacement will allow Hyak
to replace Yakima, which
will go into the yard for
maintenance required to
addressing a generator
problem. The Sealth will be
returning after a $4 million
preservation project done by
the Everett Shipyard.

Sept 15, 2006 SEATTLE
WSF announced that
starting September 17th,
they will go to their fall
schedule. A few other
changes are that the early
fall schedule for the Port
Townsend/Keystone route
will be in effect until October
10th. WSF will return to only
one roundtrip sailing per day
between Anacortes and
Sidney, B.C.