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The Timeless Pattino | WoodenBoat Magazine

Case Turner
 





Italy’s oar-powered catamarans, called pattinos, first appeared as workboats. After World War II, they became popular with beachgoing tourists. “The pattino,” writes the author, “creates a delicious sense of calm and quiet.”



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Re: First Instalment of Salish 100 Photos

cherrill boissonou
 

Great first batch of photos, John.....looking forward to more.
Earl

On Jul 25, 2021, at 7:55 AM, Case Turner <dirtsailor2003@gmail.com> wrote:

What is up with Ravon? Quite the coltish rig.

Case

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On Jul 25, 2021, at 2:25 AM, John Kohnen <jkohnen@boat-links.com> wrote:

A couple days in Olympia watching the fleet gather, and the first day hop around to Henderson Inlet:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWgKhq3

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Re: Cathlamet Wooden & Classic Boat Show, August 7th

Galen
 

I added a link to your description of the Cahtlamet show to the Pocket Yachters events page as well.


Re: First Instalment of Salish 100 Photos

Case Turner
 

What is up with Ravon? Quite the coltish rig.

Case

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A couple days in Olympia watching the fleet gather, and the first day hop around to Henderson Inlet:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWgKhq3

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First Instalment of Salish 100 Photos

 

A couple days in Olympia watching the fleet gather, and the first day hop around to Henderson Inlet:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWgKhq3

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Re: Cathlamet Wooden & Classic Boat Show, August 7th

Allen Bennett
 

Thanks John. We hope some Coots make it up our way for our show.


Cathlamet Wooden & Classic Boat Show, August 7th

 

Oops! I neglected to put the Cathlamet show into the online Coot Schedule when Allen announced that it was a go a month ago. :o( I've rectified the mistake. Sorry Allen and Julius...

http://www.coots.org/mb/Cathlamet/

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Tenderly gets in the water again

 

Well 5 or so years ago when I first took my shellback up to Hagg lake I got the rigging caught in my life vest and capsized.  Wooden boat so still floating and a nice fellow towed me back.  After some rigging changes, with Coots help, all was well and I sailed it for 3 years.

Well now the Tenderly.  Took it up to Hagg lake a couple months ago.  Feeling pretty good.  Light winds with occasional gusts.  I locked my tiller lock, and locked my main sheet line to one of those friction deals.  Here comes a gust, took that well and then a little more and, WHAT, I'm capsized again, just like before.  Another good boater towed me back.  

Well I found that the dagger board was held down with what looked like (trying to see under the seat) kind of a pencil on a string.  Well it broke and the dagger board came out with the gust of wind.  Now wonder she capsized.  Soo after coming up with a large metal eye bolt and locking wing nut to keep the dagger board down I tried Hagg Lake again.  Ahh that works better.  I needed that to get my confidence back.


Re: Coot Lunch Thursday at Fern Ridge

Josh
 

Sorry we missed it.
We dropped by Toledo yesterday, lots of work going on at the docks.


On Fri, Jul 23, 2021, 10:59 PM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
Too bad you couldn't make it, Bob. We didn't have a big turnout, but we
managed to get a few hours of good BSing done. <g>

BTW, Josie and Jenine are at Richardson until the 26th. In campsite 20.

On 7/21/2021 5:07 PM, Bob L wrote:
> I bet there are going to be some great Salish Sea 100 stories!! 
> Everybody, come on down.
>
> Unfortunately, I can't make it this week as there is a appointment
> conflict.  Please save the best stories for a repeat next week.

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Re: Some pictures of DR PETRA and LAZY JACK during the Salish-100

 

Thanks, Pete! Mary really likes the shots of me in Lazy Jack. She says I look sharp in the lifevest. <g>

Pete got some good photos:

https://flic.kr/s/aHsmWfkyZv

I'm working on my photos...

On 7/20/2021 11:01 AM, Pete L wrote:
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2021 Salish-100 - John Kohnen in LAZY JACK.jpg
2021 Salish-100 - John Kohnen in LAZY JACK #2.jpg
I am posting my pictures in my Flickr album, here: 2021 Salish-100 | Flickr <https://www.flickr.com/photos/old_salt7/albums/72157719574964767>
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Toledo Messabout, Third Weekend in August

 

Well, the Salish 100 is behind us. <whew> Next on the agenda is the Coot and Steamboat Society Messabout and Teak Ladies Sail at Toledo. Clear your calendars for August 20-22. NOT a boat show. Just for Us. Should be fun. :o)

There will be a planning meeting next Wednesday. I'll have more details after that. I can tell you that there will be free camping for participants in the usual field.

There will also be a memorial for Coots we've lost. Please let me know before the meeting if I've missed anybody:

Bob Mitsch 1940-2021
Lon Wells ?-2020
Pogo Robison ?-2020
Pat Patteson ?-2019
Dave Haverstock 1944-2019
Darrell Pepper 1934-2016
Jim Ballou ?-2014
Carolyn Bullard 1941-2012
Kate Wells ?-2008

Pogo identified as a Coot. I don't think Lars did... We didn't see much of Dave Haverstock -- he was too busy until it was too late -- but his wife told me he really valued his connection to the Coots.


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Re: Coot Lunch Thursday at Fern Ridge

 

Too bad you couldn't make it, Bob. We didn't have a big turnout, but we managed to get a few hours of good BSing done. <g>

BTW, Josie and Jenine are at Richardson until the 26th. In campsite 20.

On 7/21/2021 5:07 PM, Bob L wrote:
I bet there are going to be some great Salish Sea 100 stories!! Everybody, come on down.
Unfortunately, I can't make it this week as there is a appointment conflict.  Please save the best stories for a repeat next week.
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Re: Little blurb in my cousin

 

Good story about your Cousin, Dirt. I'm glad he's doing so well.

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Re: Little blurb in my cousin

David Graybeal
 

Nice that they did that feature. Impressive that he worked thru the challenges to get there!


Little blurb in my cousin

Case Turner
 


Re: Coot Lunch Thursday at Fern Ridge

Bob Larkin
 

I bet there are going to be some great Salish Sea 100 stories!!  Everybody, come on down.

Unfortunately, I can't make it this week as there is a appointment conflict.  Please save the best stories for a repeat next week.

Bob


Re: Check out these stabilizers

Richard Green
 

I think it’s definitely roll dampners in lieu of flopper stoppers.

Rich G

On Jul 21, 2021, at 12:17 PM, Gerard Mittelstaedt <MITTEL48@gmail.com> wrote:

Interesting - built-on roll damper perhaps. Also could help keep her
upright if dried out on a flat beach, but does not seem to be robust
enough to handle that sort of load.
- just a guess - Gerard M. - in Texas !

On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 at 11:50 PM Case Turner <dirtsailor2003@gmail.com> wrote:

I snagged these off a Facebook post. I’ve never seen anything like it on any troller. This one is currently on the hard in Coos Bay.



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Re: Check out these stabilizers

 

Alas, I've seen stabilizers like that before on old trollers. <sigh> Norma Jean was built by Tacoma Boat Building Co. and launched in 1939.

On 7/20/2021 9:49 PM, Dirt wrote:
I snagged these off a Facebook post. I’ve never seen anything like it on any troller. This one is currently on the hard in Coos Bay.
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Re: Check out these stabilizers

Case Turner
 

Yes these are “bat wings” they are to help slow the roll.

Case
Enjoy the weekend! You know it’s coming!

On Jul 21, 2021, at 12:17 PM, Gerard Mittelstaedt <MITTEL48@gmail.com> wrote:

Interesting - built-on roll damper perhaps. Also could help keep her
upright if dried out on a flat beach, but does not seem to be robust
enough to handle that sort of load.
- just a guess - Gerard M. - in Texas !

On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 at 11:50 PM Case Turner <dirtsailor2003@gmail.com> wrote:

I snagged these off a Facebook post. I’ve never seen anything like it on any troller. This one is currently on the hard in Coos Bay.



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Re: Check out these stabilizers

Gerard Mittelstaedt
 

Interesting - built-on roll damper perhaps. Also could help keep her
upright if dried out on a flat beach, but does not seem to be robust
enough to handle that sort of load.
- just a guess - Gerard M. - in Texas !

On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 at 11:50 PM Case Turner <dirtsailor2003@gmail.com> wrote:

I snagged these off a Facebook post. I’ve never seen anything like it on any troller. This one is currently on the hard in Coos Bay.



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