In Focus: Golf, fire and an off-shore wind turbine
Bill Trotter | BDN
Firefighters try to contain a fire in a storage rental unit building on Route 172 in Sedgwick on Saturday.
Troy R. Bennett | BDN
A woman snaps a picture of Portland's observatory atop Munjoy Hill Friday while on a guided tour atop a 1971 fire truck. The Portland Fire Engine Co. offers tours of the city daily.
People watch as a crane lowers the VolturnUS 1:8 unit into the water of the Penobscot River at the Cianbro Corporation Brewer facility Friday. The VolturnUS 1:8 is the first offshore wind turbine that launched in North America will be towed down the Penobscot River as the weather allows and it will be moored in the East channel of the Penobscot Bay near Castine. The unit will be connected to the power grid. Buy Photo
Posted June 03, 2013, at 12:27 p.m.