In the kitchen with Capt. Lee

Oct 19, 2014 by Guest Writer

Capt. Lee Rosbach mugs for the camera with his collection of Triton coffee mugs, many of which he collected by attending captains lunches over the past 10 years.  They seem to have squeezed out all the other mugs in the kitchen cupboard, he says.  We’re honored ours made the cut. Cheers.

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