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Re: Photos

elaineginader
 

Great pictures Jim thanks for sharing.


On Mon, Nov 4, 2019, 6:00 PM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
I don't know if you followed my diorections or not -- that doesn't look
like what happens when I do it <g> -- the link works fine. Good
pictures! Thanks for sharing them with us. It sure was a beautiful day! :o)

On 11/4/2019 2:31 PM, Waldport Jim wrote:
> A few photos from the recent Halloween Float on the Yaquina River.
> Coots Halloween Float 2019 <https://flic.kr/s/aHsmJ4o3EY>**//___^
>
>     Coots Halloween Float 2019
>
> Explore this photo album by jimreim on Flickr!
>
> <https://flic.kr/s/aHsmJ4o3EY>

--
John (jkohnen@...)
What a strange machine man is! You fill him with bread, wine, fish, and
radishes, and out comes sighs, laughter, and dreams. (Nikos Kazantzakis)




Re: Photos

 

I don't know if you followed my diorections or not -- that doesn't look like what happens when I do it <g> -- the link works fine. Good pictures! Thanks for sharing them with us. It sure was a beautiful day! :o)

On 11/4/2019 2:31 PM, Waldport Jim wrote:
A few photos from the recent Halloween Float on the Yaquina River.
Coots Halloween Float 2019 <https://flic.kr/s/aHsmJ4o3EY>**//___^
Coots Halloween Float 2019
Explore this photo album by jimreim on Flickr!
<https://flic.kr/s/aHsmJ4o3EY>
--
John (@Jkohnen)
What a strange machine man is! You fill him with bread, wine, fish, and radishes, and out comes sighs, laughter, and dreams. (Nikos Kazantzakis)

Re: Salish 100

 

Peer pressure, and the list of boats and skippers already approved for the voyage, convinced me to sign up for the 2020 Salish 100. I hope they can fit me into the fleet. Earl is also signing up. Gonna take Lazy Jack again. She's just oo good at it. :o) Maybe when I get more experience in her, and maybe do some Tai Chi or Yoga to get limbered up <g>, I'll take Tuffy sometime.

--
John (@Jkohnen)
I must say I find television very educational. The minute somebody turns it on, I go to the library and read a good book. (Groucho Marx)

Re: Mailing Photos Question

jim reim
 

Thanks John.  Looks like it worked.
Jim  R

On Sunday, November 3, 2019, 12:51:40 PM PST, John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:


I assume you're clicking on the arrow that curves to the right, next to
the "new" shopping cart, on photo's page on Flickr, or the the arrow
that curves to the right below the description on an album page...

Choose "share", if it's not already chosen, in the little window that
pops up, and then copy the cryptic URL that they give you and paste it
into an email to the group. oregoncoots@groups.io See attachment.

Don't try to use the "email" choice.


On 11/3/2019 12:27 PM, Waldport Jim wrote:
> I have some Halloween Float photos to share.
> When I follow the instructions for sharing photos on Flickr's website I
> get a message that says/"There was am error sharing on Flickr.  Please
> try again." / Any advice?

>

--
John (jkohnen@...)
There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like
an idiot. (Steven Wright{)




Photos

jim reim
 

A few photos from the recent Halloween Float on the Yaquina River.



Re: Salish 100

 

Thanks for copying that here, Bob. I like the changes in the route at the end. A big BBQ in Port Ludlow will be a good finale. I expect some voyagers will skip Ft, Flagler and head straight to Port Townsend, but there will still be an opportunity for socializing.

Marty has promised to post all the "official" S100 updates to the Pocket Yachters group. You don't need to sign up there to read them, but they're almost family to the Coots (and some of them are Coots).

https://groups.io/g/ptpocketyachters

On 11/3/2019 4:50 PM, PT Bob M wrote:
Another bit from Facebook -
The second annual Salish 100, July 10-17, 2020, will be a small-boat cruise running the length of Puget Sound--100 nautical miles from Olympia to Port Townsend, Washington, and including more than 100 watercraft ranging from SUPs to kayaks, rowing boats to pocket-cruising sailboats, and about 15 larger support boats, otherwise known as Motherships.
Organized by the Port Townsend Pocket Yachters group, the SALISH 100 will be commercially sponsored by Duckworks Boat Builder's Supply of Port Townsend. Co-sponsors will include the Northwest Maritime Center, the Puget Sound chapter of the Traditional Small Craft Association (TSCA), Kingston Mercantile & Marine, The Artful Sailor, Small Craft Advisor magazine, and the Gig Harbor BoatShop.
Planned overnight stops along the route will include Henderson Inlet, Penrose Point Marine State Park, Gig Harbor, Blake Island Marine State Park, the Port of Kingston, Port Ludlow Marina and Fort Flagler State Park (Kilisut Harbor), before reaching our final destination in Port Townsend.
Boaters are coming from all over the country to participate in the event...the largest organized small-boat cruise in North America.
Registration is $65 (see adjoining postings for details), and still open.
--
John (@Jkohnen)
There is no fun in doing nothing when you have nothing to do. (Jerome K. Jerome)

Re: A Coot Published Author and a Coot Published Photographer

Brandon
 

I’ll bet it was; Dave and Melanie get out a lot in the summer. They are a lot of fun to have as neighbors. Dave has been sailing from the time he was a kid and knows everything. A great resource when I have a problem. Full of good stories too. 
Brandon 
SV Oceanus, 1971 Columbia 43




Re: Salish 100

Bob Miller
 

Another bit from Facebook -

The second annual Salish 100, July 10-17, 2020, will be a small-boat cruise running the length of Puget Sound--100 nautical miles from Olympia to Port Townsend, Washington, and including more than 100 watercraft ranging from SUPs to kayaks, rowing boats to pocket-cruising sailboats, and about 15 larger support boats, otherwise known as Motherships.

Organized by the Port Townsend Pocket Yachters group, the SALISH 100 will be commercially sponsored by Duckworks Boat Builder's Supply of Port Townsend. Co-sponsors will include the Northwest Maritime Center, the Puget Sound chapter of the Traditional Small Craft Association (TSCA), Kingston Mercantile & Marine, The Artful Sailor, Small Craft Advisor magazine, and the Gig Harbor BoatShop.

Planned overnight stops along the route will include Henderson Inlet, Penrose Point Marine State Park, Gig Harbor, Blake Island Marine State Park, the Port of Kingston, Port Ludlow Marina and Fort Flagler State Park (Kilisut Harbor), before reaching our final destination in Port Townsend.

Boaters are coming from all over the country to participate in the event...the largest organized small-boat cruise in North America.

Registration is $65 (see adjoining postings for details), and still open.

- Marty


On Sun, Nov 3, 2019 at 3:58 PM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
Joel Bergen kindly copied this message from Marty from the Salish 100
F******k page to the new Pocket Yachters group on groups.io. Thanks Joel!

https://groups.io/g/ptpocketyachters

Going over the list I see some more familiar names. Coots Dan Arbogast
in his Potter 15 and Paul Grun in his Garden Ell, Pick Pocket. Port
Townsend Coot Doug Korlann is taking Toucan, the Great Pelican Louie
Brochetti built. Earl's neighbor Bruce Heys in his Paul Gartside design
#170. Retired Old Geezer Keith Korporaal will be doing it in a 12' B&B
design of some sort. California Coot David 'Thorne" Luckhardt will be
doing it again in Goblin. Dennis McFadden will do it again in his Scram
Pram. Dan from Almostcanada will e taking his sailboiat, Lady Bug.
Montana Coot Jim Young will be taking his Frankenboot motor cruiser made
out of a Bayliner Buccaneer.

 > HAPPY NOVEMBER 1, Everybody...and congratulations to all of folks who've
 > signed up for next July's SALISH 100.
 >
 > Below is a list of the 100-Plus skippers and their boats, who've been
 > accepted (so far). Some are support boats, but most are part of the
 > small-boat fleet.
 >
 > Please note that we are STILL ACCEPTING ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS: You can
 > find all of the registration details in the posting(s) below.
 >
 > The list is alphabetical by last name, and includes boat designs and
 > length. We'll update the list when we get to about 120 registered small
 > boats. (And, if you're wondering why we might sign up that many folks,
 > we learned last year that a certain number will not be able to take
 > part, due to job conflicts, kids' weddings, illness or other
 > currently-unforeseen reasons. We just want to be sure that we end up
 > with at least 100 small boats in the 100 nautical-mile-long cruise.)
 >
 > Here's who we have registered as of today:
 >
 > Tom Anderson (19' Gordon Douglas)
 >
 > Simon Ansell (18.5 dory)
 >
 > Leah Applewhite (O'Day 19')
 >
 > Dan Arbogast (15' West Wight Potter)
 >
 > Simeon Baldwin (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Patrick Barmes (18' dory)
 >
 > Eric Barry (18' Capri)
 >
 > Roger Beachy (16' Shearwater)
 >
 > Johnnie Beckett (19' WW Potter)
 >
 > Becky Belding (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Joel Bergen (15' Welsford Navigator)
 >
 > Christine Berven (Sparrow 16')
 >
 > Lee Bjorklund (18.5' Wee Seal)
 >
 > Tom Bobbe (19.5' Caledonia Yawl)
 >
 > Tom Boyd (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Kevin Brackney (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Bruce Buls (Ranger 20')
 >
 > Brent Butiikofer) (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Donald Bybee (15.5' Drascombe Dabber)
 >
 > Dennis Canty (16' C-Dory)
 >
 > Eric Child (Catalina 22')
 >
 > Casey Clark (13' Guppy)
 >
 > Chris Conley (17' O'Day)
 >
 > Ken Cook (12' Pelican)
 >
 > Roger Coulter (19.5' Caledonia Yawl)
 >
 > Brandon Davis (Skate 15')
 >
 > Skip Denny (MS 33')
 >
 > Jim Denoven (Acorn 17')
 >
 > Jeff Eastes (Ranger 20')
 >
 > Norman Eder (Ebihen 16')
 >
 > Robin Elwood (12' Pelican)
 >
 > Jay Evered (12' Pelican)
 >
 > Mike Farley (28' San Juan)
 >
 > Melinda Foster (21' sloop)
 >
 > Chris Fry (Windrider 17')
 >
 > Sandy Gerber (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Tom Graham (15' Pocketship)
 >
 > Kirk Gresham (Flicka 20')
 >
 > Joe Grez (13' electric runabout)
 >
 > Paul Grun (25' Garden Eel)
 >
 > Danny Grunbaum (21' Welsford Penguin)
 >
 > Bob Hall (19' catboat)
 >
 > Maureen Harrahill (Ranger 20')
 >
 > Jim Harris (17.3' SunCat
 >
 > John Harris (15' Pocketship)
 >
 > Bruce Heys (20' Gartside 170)
 >
 > Jim Hill (18' Myst)
 >
 > Bob Holley (Cal 25')
 >
 > David John (N. American 23')
 >
 > Ferd Johns (Sanibel 18')
 >
 > David Jones (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Rusty Knorr (15' Montgomery)
 >
 > Doug Korlann (15' Great Pelican)
 >
 > Keith Korporaal (12' B&B)
 >
 > Pete Lape (26' sailboat)
 >
 > John Lazenby (24' Wa'apa proa)
 >
 > Bob Lee (9' tug & Bayliner Ciera)
 >
 > Pete Leenhouts (28' motor yacht)
 >
 > Guy Light (16' Montgomery)
 >
 > Marty Loken (29' Alden motorsailer)
 >
 > David T. Luckhardt (19.5' Caledonia Yawl)
 >
 > Tony McCabe ( 16' First Mate)
 >
 > Scott Marckx (15'Welsford Rogue)
 >
 > Emiliano Marino (15' Gloucester Gull)
 >
 > Daniel McCarter (17' unknown)
 >
 > Dennis McFadden (16' Scram Pram)
 >
 > Tom McFarling (12' Pelican)
 >
 > Pat McShane (Stornoway 16')
 >
 > Bruce Messerle (15' catboat)
 >
 > Garner Miller (14' Sunfish)
 >
 > Bob Miller (22' Drascombe Longboat)
 >
 > Bob Mueller (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Bo Neill (26' Bartender)
 >
 > Joe Novello (16' Neptune)
 >
 > Dan Pence (23.5' electric launch)
 >
 > Galen Piehl (15' CLC Skerry)
 >
 > Todd Pollard (12' Pelican)
 >
 > Richard Proctor (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Samantha Ritchie (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Dan Rogers (Laguna 16')
 >
 > Cooper Rooks (17' Whaler Harpoon)
 >
 > Nate Rooks (20' power cat)
 >
 > Fred Rowley (Core Sound 17')
 >
 > Sue Rush (Potter 19')
 >
 > Les Schuld (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > Charles Silver (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Steve Sim (17' Capri)
 >
 > Dale Simonson (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Trip Slaughter (11' skiff, or...?)
 >
 > Arnold Smith (Halman 29')
 >
 > Paul Smith (18' or 23' sailboat)
 >
 > David Soule (Balboa 21')
 >
 > Jason Stansil (21' trimaran)
 >
 > Ben Stevens (17.5' Norseboat)
 >
 > Scott Stroming (15' catboat)
 >
 > Karen Sullivan, Jim Geumann (28' trawler)
 >
 > Lee Tapper (17' Montgomery)
 >
 > James Thomas (15.5' Nancy's China)
 >
 > Dan Thompson (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Eric Tirion (18.5 RowCruiser)
 >
 > Glenn Tripp (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Gillian Turley (14' WW Potter)
 >
 > Bob Van Putten (11.5' Summer Breeze)
 >
 > Peter Van Sickle (25' Penguin)
 >
 > Mike Vosk (19' Mariner)
 >
 > Denis Wang (18' Herreshoff Carpenter)
 >
 > John Welsford (12' SCAMP)
 >
 > Jim Young (24' Buccaneer)
 >
 > Pete Zimowsky (15' Montgomery)
 >

--
John (jkohnen@...)
Words ought to be a little wild, for they are the assaults of thoughts
on the unthinking. (John Maynard Keynes)




Re: Salish 100

 

Joel Bergen kindly copied this message from Marty from the Salish 100 F******k page to the new Pocket Yachters group on groups.io. Thanks Joel!

https://groups.io/g/ptpocketyachters

Going over the list I see some more familiar names. Coots Dan Arbogast in his Potter 15 and Paul Grun in his Garden Ell, Pick Pocket. Port Townsend Coot Doug Korlann is taking Toucan, the Great Pelican Louie Brochetti built. Earl's neighbor Bruce Heys in his Paul Gartside design #170. Retired Old Geezer Keith Korporaal will be doing it in a 12' B&B design of some sort. California Coot David 'Thorne" Luckhardt will be doing it again in Goblin. Dennis McFadden will do it again in his Scram Pram. Dan from Almostcanada will e taking his sailboiat, Lady Bug. Montana Coot Jim Young will be taking his Frankenboot motor cruiser made out of a Bayliner Buccaneer.

HAPPY NOVEMBER 1, Everybody...and congratulations to all of folks who've
signed up for next July's SALISH 100.

Below is a list of the 100-Plus skippers and their boats, who've been
accepted (so far). Some are support boats, but most are part of the
small-boat fleet.

Please note that we are STILL ACCEPTING ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS: You can
find all of the registration details in the posting(s) below.

The list is alphabetical by last name, and includes boat designs and
length. We'll update the list when we get to about 120 registered small
boats. (And, if you're wondering why we might sign up that many folks,
we learned last year that a certain number will not be able to take
part, due to job conflicts, kids' weddings, illness or other
currently-unforeseen reasons. We just want to be sure that we end up
with at least 100 small boats in the 100 nautical-mile-long cruise.)

Here's who we have registered as of today:

Tom Anderson (19' Gordon Douglas)

Simon Ansell (18.5 dory)

Leah Applewhite (O'Day 19')

Dan Arbogast (15' West Wight Potter)

Simeon Baldwin (12' SCAMP)

Patrick Barmes (18' dory)

Eric Barry (18' Capri)

Roger Beachy (16' Shearwater)

Johnnie Beckett (19' WW Potter)

Becky Belding (17' Montgomery)

Joel Bergen (15' Welsford Navigator)

Christine Berven (Sparrow 16')

Lee Bjorklund (18.5' Wee Seal)

Tom Bobbe (19.5' Caledonia Yawl)

Tom Boyd (17' Montgomery)

Kevin Brackney (17' Montgomery)

Bruce Buls (Ranger 20')

Brent Butiikofer) (12' SCAMP)

Donald Bybee (15.5' Drascombe Dabber)

Dennis Canty (16' C-Dory)

Eric Child (Catalina 22')

Casey Clark (13' Guppy)

Chris Conley (17' O'Day)

Ken Cook (12' Pelican)

Roger Coulter (19.5' Caledonia Yawl)

Brandon Davis (Skate 15')

Skip Denny (MS 33')

Jim Denoven (Acorn 17')

Jeff Eastes (Ranger 20')

Norman Eder (Ebihen 16')

Robin Elwood (12' Pelican)

Jay Evered (12' Pelican)

Mike Farley (28' San Juan)

Melinda Foster (21' sloop)

Chris Fry (Windrider 17')

Sandy Gerber (17' Montgomery)

Tom Graham (15' Pocketship)

Kirk Gresham (Flicka 20')

Joe Grez (13' electric runabout)

Paul Grun (25' Garden Eel)

Danny Grunbaum (21' Welsford Penguin)

Bob Hall (19' catboat)

Maureen Harrahill (Ranger 20')

Jim Harris (17.3' SunCat

John Harris (15' Pocketship)

Bruce Heys (20' Gartside 170)

Jim Hill (18' Myst)

Bob Holley (Cal 25')

David John (N. American 23')

Ferd Johns (Sanibel 18')

David Jones (12' SCAMP)

Rusty Knorr (15' Montgomery)

Doug Korlann (15' Great Pelican)

Keith Korporaal (12' B&B)

Pete Lape (26' sailboat)

John Lazenby (24' Wa'apa proa)

Bob Lee (9' tug & Bayliner Ciera)

Pete Leenhouts (28' motor yacht)

Guy Light (16' Montgomery)

Marty Loken (29' Alden motorsailer)

David T. Luckhardt (19.5' Caledonia Yawl)

Tony McCabe ( 16' First Mate)

Scott Marckx (15'Welsford Rogue)

Emiliano Marino (15' Gloucester Gull)

Daniel McCarter (17' unknown)

Dennis McFadden (16' Scram Pram)

Tom McFarling (12' Pelican)

Pat McShane (Stornoway 16')

Bruce Messerle (15' catboat)

Garner Miller (14' Sunfish)

Bob Miller (22' Drascombe Longboat)

Bob Mueller (17' Montgomery)

Bo Neill (26' Bartender)

Joe Novello (16' Neptune)

Dan Pence (23.5' electric launch)

Galen Piehl (15' CLC Skerry)

Todd Pollard (12' Pelican)

Richard Proctor (17' Montgomery)

Samantha Ritchie (12' SCAMP)

Dan Rogers (Laguna 16')

Cooper Rooks (17' Whaler Harpoon)

Nate Rooks (20' power cat)

Fred Rowley (Core Sound 17')

Sue Rush (Potter 19')

Les Schuld (17' Montgomery)

Charles Silver (12' SCAMP)

Steve Sim (17' Capri)

Dale Simonson (12' SCAMP)

Trip Slaughter (11' skiff, or...?)

Arnold Smith (Halman 29')

Paul Smith (18' or 23' sailboat)

David Soule (Balboa 21')

Jason Stansil (21' trimaran)

Ben Stevens (17.5' Norseboat)

Scott Stroming (15' catboat)

Karen Sullivan, Jim Geumann (28' trawler)

Lee Tapper (17' Montgomery)

James Thomas (15.5' Nancy's China)

Dan Thompson (12' SCAMP)

Eric Tirion (18.5 RowCruiser)

Glenn Tripp (12' SCAMP)

Gillian Turley (14' WW Potter)

Bob Van Putten (11.5' Summer Breeze)

Peter Van Sickle (25' Penguin)

Mike Vosk (19' Mariner)

Denis Wang (18' Herreshoff Carpenter)

John Welsford (12' SCAMP)

Jim Young (24' Buccaneer)

Pete Zimowsky (15' Montgomery)
--
John (@Jkohnen)
Words ought to be a little wild, for they are the assaults of thoughts on the unthinking. (John Maynard Keynes)

Re: Salish 100

 

We'll see... I might be able to sneak in a late entry as a "support boat".

On 11/3/2019 6:40 AM, PT Bob M wrote:
I'll be on my venerable Drascombe Longboat (21' 9"), "Sally Forth." She's a veteran of cruising the Sound, San Juans, and the Canadian Gulf Islands. Seen below crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca. She always likes company.
--
John (@Jkohnen)
If we do not provide against corruption, our government will soon be at an end. (George Mason at the start of the Constitutional Convention)

Re: A Coot Published Author and a Coot Published Photographer

 

Good for you, Brandon! You not only got published, you had the fun of sailing around in a Cape George Cutter 38. :o) That was the boat that tagged along on the first day of the Salish 100, wasn't it?

I suppose now that I own a plastic boat I should subscribe to Good Old Boat... <g>

https://goodoldboat.com/

You can get a free trial issue with Brandon's article in it.

On 11/3/2019 8:50 AM, Brandon F wrote:
Me too. I have the lead article in this month’s Good Old Boat magazine: a review of a Cape George Cutter 38.
--
John (@Jkohnen)
The wonder is always new that any sane man can be a sailor. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

Re: Mailing Photos Question

 

I assume you're clicking on the arrow that curves to the right, next to the "new" shopping cart, on photo's page on Flickr, or the the arrow that curves to the right below the description on an album page...

Choose "share", if it's not already chosen, in the little window that pops up, and then copy the cryptic URL that they give you and paste it into an email to the group. oregoncoots@groups.io See attachment.

Don't try to use the "email" choice.

On 11/3/2019 12:27 PM, Waldport Jim wrote:
I have some Halloween Float photos to share.
When I follow the instructions for sharing photos on Flickr's website I get a message that says/"There was am error sharing on Flickr.  Please try again." / Any advice?
--
John (@Jkohnen)
There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot. (Steven Wright{)

Mailing Photos Question

jim reim
 

I have some Halloween Float photos to share. 
When I follow the instructions for sharing photos on Flickr's website I get a message that says "There was am error sharing on Flickr.  Please try again."  Any advice?

Jim R

Re: A Coot Published Author and a Coot Published Photographer

Brandon
 

Me too. I have the lead article in this month’s Good Old Boat magazine: a review of a Cape George Cutter 38. 

Brandon 
SV Oceanus, 1971 Columbia 43



Re: Salish 100

Bob Miller
 

I'll be on my venerable Drascombe Longboat (21' 9"), "Sally Forth." She's a veteran of cruising the Sound, San Juans, and the Canadian Gulf Islands. Seen below crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca. She always likes company.

Cheers,
Bob

On Sun, Nov 3, 2019 at 1:09 AM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
I noticed that you signed up and were accepted too, Bob, I but I don't
recall what boat you're taking. Can you enlighten us?

On 11/2/2019 2:17 PM, PT Bob M wrote:
> John -
>
> You will be missed if you don't sign up. There is always room for you.
>

--
John (jkohnen@...)
Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. (Don Marquis)




Re: Salish 100

 

I hope you and Riptide will be able to do more of the course next time.

Other notables signed up and accepted for the next S100 are Retired Old Geezers Toledo Joe Novello, in Good Girl, the Neptune 16 he got from Andrew, and Keith Korporaal in a small boat I didn't recognize. I hope they get that bpat they're building for me done by then. ;o)

On 11/2/2019 4:08 PM, Pete L wrote:
They must have gotten the length wrong, John, RIPTIDE is 48 feet with her swim step. Come on, sign up, willya? (G). S/ Pete
--
John (@Jkohnen)
Dissent is what rescues democracy from a quiet death behind closed doors. (Lewis H. Lapham)

Re: Salish 100

 

I noticed that you signed up and were accepted too, Bob, I but I don't recall what boat you're taking. Can you enlighten us?

On 11/2/2019 2:17 PM, PT Bob M wrote:
John -
You will be missed if you don't sign up. There is always room for you.
--
John (@Jkohnen)
Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday. (Don Marquis)

Re: Salish 100 (was: A Coot Published Author and a Coot Published Photographer)

Pete Leenhouts
 

They must have gotten the length wrong, John, RIPTIDE is 48 feet with her swim step. Come on, sign up, willya? (G). S/ Pete

Sent from a mobile device;
Please pardon my brevity!

On Nov 2, 2019, at 2:17 PM, Bob Miller <rmiller43@...> wrote:

John - 

You will be missed if you don't sign up. There is always room for you.

Cheers,
Bob

On Sat, Nov 2, 2019 at 12:58 PM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
Some of us Coots are thinking about doing a cruise of our own on the
Salish Sea next year instead of the Salish 100. But, after seeing
something on the Woodenboat Forum,I put on some nitrile gloves, put a
clothes pin on my nose, and took a look at the Salish 100 F******k group
to see who's signed up for S100 #2. Lots of familiar names...

John Harris of CLC, a Real Boat Nut from childhood.

John Welsford, Kiwi boat designer and all around Good Guy, is gonna be
sailing Scamp #1.

Joe Grez of Electric Paddle is doing it again in the solar runabout Swe'
Pea.

Dan Pence is doing it again in the electric launch Ginger.

I'm pleased to see that they're letting Bob Van Putten do it again in
his 11' skiff. His was one of the least capable boats in S100 #1, but he
was a real good sport.

https://flic.kr/p/2gJq63c

Bo Neill will be there with the 26' Bartender, Glencannon.

https://flic.kr/p/2gGRfEB

Pete Leenhouts is signed up in a 28' cruiser. What's that about, Pete?
Not Riptide?

Many more familiar and unfamiliar names and boats, quite a few repeat
offenders. 100 so far...

I do plan on going to the Pocket Yacht Palooza next year, and maybe I'll
go early and meet the S100 fleet as they approach Port Townsend. Or, who
knows? I may sign up late for the S100 and hope they let me in. <g>

On 11/2/2019 5:04 AM, Pete L wrote:
> Thanks for the heads-up, John, for a great article! Having been aboard,
> even briefly, one somehow feels a kinship with DR PETRA and her owner -
> and she is definitely a good-looking boat all around. I hope we see her
> during the 2020 Salish-100! s/Pete Leenhouts

--
John (jkohnen@...)
Nothing produces such odd results as trying to get even. (Franklin P. Jones)




Re: Salish 100 (was: A Coot Published Author and a Coot Published Photographer)

Bob Miller
 

John - 

You will be missed if you don't sign up. There is always room for you.

Cheers,
Bob

On Sat, Nov 2, 2019 at 12:58 PM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
Some of us Coots are thinking about doing a cruise of our own on the
Salish Sea next year instead of the Salish 100. But, after seeing
something on the Woodenboat Forum,I put on some nitrile gloves, put a
clothes pin on my nose, and took a look at the Salish 100 F******k group
to see who's signed up for S100 #2. Lots of familiar names...

John Harris of CLC, a Real Boat Nut from childhood.

John Welsford, Kiwi boat designer and all around Good Guy, is gonna be
sailing Scamp #1.

Joe Grez of Electric Paddle is doing it again in the solar runabout Swe'
Pea.

Dan Pence is doing it again in the electric launch Ginger.

I'm pleased to see that they're letting Bob Van Putten do it again in
his 11' skiff. His was one of the least capable boats in S100 #1, but he
was a real good sport.

https://flic.kr/p/2gJq63c

Bo Neill will be there with the 26' Bartender, Glencannon.

https://flic.kr/p/2gGRfEB

Pete Leenhouts is signed up in a 28' cruiser. What's that about, Pete?
Not Riptide?

Many more familiar and unfamiliar names and boats, quite a few repeat
offenders. 100 so far...

I do plan on going to the Pocket Yacht Palooza next year, and maybe I'll
go early and meet the S100 fleet as they approach Port Townsend. Or, who
knows? I may sign up late for the S100 and hope they let me in. <g>

On 11/2/2019 5:04 AM, Pete L wrote:
> Thanks for the heads-up, John, for a great article! Having been aboard,
> even briefly, one somehow feels a kinship with DR PETRA and her owner -
> and she is definitely a good-looking boat all around. I hope we see her
> during the 2020 Salish-100! s/Pete Leenhouts

--
John (jkohnen@...)
Nothing produces such odd results as trying to get even. (Franklin P. Jones)




Salish 100 (was: A Coot Published Author and a Coot Published Photographer)

 

Some of us Coots are thinking about doing a cruise of our own on the Salish Sea next year instead of the Salish 100. But, after seeing something on the Woodenboat Forum,I put on some nitrile gloves, put a clothes pin on my nose, and took a look at the Salish 100 F******k group to see who's signed up for S100 #2. Lots of familiar names...

John Harris of CLC, a Real Boat Nut from childhood.

John Welsford, Kiwi boat designer and all around Good Guy, is gonna be sailing Scamp #1.

Joe Grez of Electric Paddle is doing it again in the solar runabout Swe' Pea.

Dan Pence is doing it again in the electric launch Ginger.

I'm pleased to see that they're letting Bob Van Putten do it again in his 11' skiff. His was one of the least capable boats in S100 #1, but he was a real good sport.

https://flic.kr/p/2gJq63c

Bo Neill will be there with the 26' Bartender, Glencannon.

https://flic.kr/p/2gGRfEB

Pete Leenhouts is signed up in a 28' cruiser. What's that about, Pete? Not Riptide?

Many more familiar and unfamiliar names and boats, quite a few repeat offenders. 100 so far...

I do plan on going to the Pocket Yacht Palooza next year, and maybe I'll go early and meet the S100 fleet as they approach Port Townsend. Or, who knows? I may sign up late for the S100 and hope they let me in. <g>

On 11/2/2019 5:04 AM, Pete L wrote:
Thanks for the heads-up, John, for a great article! Having been aboard, even briefly, one somehow feels a kinship with DR PETRA and her owner - and she is definitely a good-looking boat all around. I hope we see her during the 2020 Salish-100! s/Pete Leenhouts
--
John (@Jkohnen)
Nothing produces such odd results as trying to get even. (Franklin P. Jones)