I planned to call them and make sure they'll take my library card for this. If you can let me know what to ask for, I can do it then. I have access to Lon's email so I have their contact info.
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I don't know how many boxes of books yet. It's not a large amount. I'm going to try and pull that inside this weekend. (They're packed in trunks in the p-30 truck). I'll let you know what I find.
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On Feb 7, 2020, at 4:02 PM, John Kohnen <@Jkohnen> wrote:
How many boxes of books and magazines are there, Teri? I won't have much room in the Prius with me, Charley and John McC in it, and then I'll have Mary and luggage when we go to Astoria. If there are a lot of books maybe we can share the load among several Coot cars.
I'm glad you're gonna come to the library messabout. Does somebody need to call them to tell them what to deliver to the US Bank room? Do you know who to talk to?
On 2/6/2020 7:51 AM, Teri wrote:--
Lon had always wanted his boat books to go to the maritime museum in Astoria. Some of them are out of print. And there's a collection of Wooden Boat magazines. My plan was to pull them all together and see if someone could take them to the Museum. I can't bring them to the Library Messabout as the truck can't be locked. And I will need help moving them.
Is there anyone that is going to the Museum that could swing by and pick them up? Or, maybe come by after the Messabout? I do plan to attend the Library Messabout.
Boats, like whiskey, are all good. (R. D. "Pete" Culler)