Backyard of Boats 

In Humboldt Bay, stories lurk within the rusting beaters and gleaming glories

Cody Hills leans back in the stern of the small boat owned by Humboldt Baykeeper, which is zipping north through the Eureka channel of Humboldt Bay. He looks as relaxed as if he were reclining on his living-room couch. Around him the…

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