Toledo Messabout, August 20-22


 

I just got back from (turned off Zoom) the planning meeting for the Coot and NW Steamboaters Messabout and Teak Ladies Sail. The two "organized" activities are a memorial to the Coots we've lost over the years, especially the Coots who didn't get a proper sendoff because of the Covid, and the Teak Ladies sail up from Newport.

We're thinking of a memorial story telling session around lunchtime, or early afternoon, Saturday. There will probably be a commemorative poster. There may be food. Perhaps pot-luck.

The Teak Ladies will leave for Newport after the memorial Saturday, riding the ebb down, probably mostly in tow. They'll be accompanied by Ralph Criteser's Rex (now working for the Port), the Yaquina Queen, and any of us Coots and Steamboats who want to go along. If any of us want to stay over in Newport Saturday night we can tie up on the Newport side of the bay, probably at Port Dock 3 (down by Englund's). The Yaquina Queen will be available to shuttle us to and from the fleshpots of the bayfront business district. The Teak ladies will leave Newport to SAIL up the river on the flood tide at about 10:00 Sunday. Those of us who didn't stay in Newport can get up early and go down to Newport to join the Teak ladies.

Bud NEEDS TO HAVE A COUNT of boats who want to tie up in Newport Saturday night.

The floating library is still in the works...

There's Good pizza across the street from the Toledo docks. :o)

A Good Time should be had by all!

Tides at Toledo:

Friday 2021-08-20
Sunrise 6:24 AM PDT, Sunset 8:12 PM PDT
Moonset 3:52 AM PDT, Moonrise 7:48 PM PDT
Low Tide: 6:36 AM PDT -0.9
High Tide: 1:09 PM PDT 6.8
Low Tide: 6:22 PM PDT 2.6

Saturday 2021-08-21
Sunrise 6:25 AM PDT, Sunset 8:10 PM PDT
Moonset 5:07 AM PDT, Moonrise 8:22 PM PDT
High Tide: 12:09 AM PDT 8.9
Low Tide: 7:22 AM PDT -1.0
High Tide: 1:49 PM PDT 7.1
Low Tide: 7:15 PM PDT 2.3

Sunday 2021-08-22 Full Moon
Sunrise 6:27 AM PDT, Sunset 8:09 PM PDT
Moonset 6:21 AM PDT, Moonrise 8:50 PM PDT
High Tide: 1:01 AM PDT 8.9
Low Tide: 8:04 AM PDT -0.9
High Tide: 2:26 PM PDT 7.4
Low Tide: 8:03 PM PDT 2.0

Monday 2021-08-23
Sunrise 6:28 AM PDT, Sunset 8:07 PM PDT
Moonset 7:34 AM PDT, Moonrise 9:14 PM PDT
High Tide: 1:49 AM PDT 8.7
Low Tide: 8:43 AM PDT -0.6
High Tide: 3:01 PM PDT 7.5
Low Tide: 8:49 PM PDT 1.7

Tides at Newport:

Saturday 2021-08-21
Sunrise 6:26 AM PDT, Sunset 8:11 PM PDT
Moonset 5:07 AM PDT, Moonrise 8:23 PM PDT
Low Tide: 6:25 AM PDT -1.2
High Tide: 1:04 PM PDT 7.1
Low Tide: 6:18 PM PDT 2.7

Sunday 2021-08-22 Full Moon
Sunrise 6:27 AM PDT, Sunset 8:09 PM PDT
Moonset 6:21 AM PDT, Moonrise 8:51 PM PDT
High Tide: 12:16 AM PDT 8.9
Low Tide: 7:07 AM PDT -1.1
High Tide: 1:41 PM PDT 7.3
Low Tide: 7:06 PM PDT 2.3

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Good picture of Rex.


On Wed, Jul 28, 2021, 2:33 PM John Kohnen <jkohnen@...> wrote:
I just got back from (turned off Zoom) the planning meeting for the Coot
and NW Steamboaters Messabout and Teak Ladies Sail. The two "organized"
activities are a memorial to the Coots we've lost over the years,
especially the Coots who didn't get a proper sendoff because of the
Covid, and the Teak Ladies sail up from Newport.

We're thinking of a memorial story telling session around lunchtime, or
early afternoon, Saturday. There will probably be a commemorative
poster. There may be food. Perhaps pot-luck.

The Teak Ladies will leave for Newport after the memorial Saturday,
riding the ebb down, probably mostly in tow. They'll be accompanied by
Ralph Criteser's Rex (now working for the Port), the Yaquina Queen, and
any of us Coots and Steamboats who want to go along. If any of us want
to stay over in Newport Saturday night we can tie up on the Newport side
of the bay, probably at Port Dock 3 (down by Englund's). The Yaquina
Queen will be available to shuttle us to and from the fleshpots of the
bayfront business district. The Teak ladies will leave Newport to SAIL
up the river on the flood tide at about 10:00 Sunday. Those of us who
didn't stay in Newport can get up early and go down to Newport to join
the Teak ladies.

Bud NEEDS TO HAVE A COUNT of boats who want to tie up in Newport
Saturday night.

The floating library is still in the works...

There's Good pizza across the street from the Toledo docks. :o)

A Good Time should be had by all!

Tides at Toledo:

Friday 2021-08-20
Sunrise  6:24 AM PDT, Sunset  8:12 PM PDT
Moonset  3:52 AM PDT, Moonrise  7:48 PM PDT
    Low Tide:   6:36 AM PDT  -0.9
   High Tide:   1:09 PM PDT   6.8
    Low Tide:   6:22 PM PDT   2.6

Saturday 2021-08-21
Sunrise  6:25 AM PDT, Sunset  8:10 PM PDT
Moonset  5:07 AM PDT, Moonrise  8:22 PM PDT
   High Tide:  12:09 AM PDT   8.9
    Low Tide:   7:22 AM PDT  -1.0
   High Tide:   1:49 PM PDT   7.1
    Low Tide:   7:15 PM PDT   2.3

Sunday 2021-08-22   Full Moon
Sunrise  6:27 AM PDT, Sunset  8:09 PM PDT
Moonset  6:21 AM PDT, Moonrise  8:50 PM PDT
   High Tide:   1:01 AM PDT   8.9
    Low Tide:   8:04 AM PDT  -0.9
   High Tide:   2:26 PM PDT   7.4
    Low Tide:   8:03 PM PDT   2.0

Monday 2021-08-23
Sunrise  6:28 AM PDT, Sunset  8:07 PM PDT
Moonset  7:34 AM PDT, Moonrise  9:14 PM PDT
   High Tide:   1:49 AM PDT   8.7
    Low Tide:   8:43 AM PDT  -0.6
   High Tide:   3:01 PM PDT   7.5
    Low Tide:   8:49 PM PDT   1.7

Tides at Newport:

Saturday 2021-08-21
Sunrise  6:26 AM PDT, Sunset  8:11 PM PDT
Moonset  5:07 AM PDT, Moonrise  8:23 PM PDT
    Low Tide:   6:25 AM PDT  -1.2
   High Tide:   1:04 PM PDT   7.1
    Low Tide:   6:18 PM PDT   2.7

Sunday 2021-08-22   Full Moon
Sunrise  6:27 AM PDT, Sunset  8:09 PM PDT
Moonset  6:21 AM PDT, Moonrise  8:51 PM PDT
   High Tide:  12:16 AM PDT   8.9
    Low Tide:   7:07 AM PDT  -1.1
   High Tide:   1:41 PM PDT   7.3
    Low Tide:   7:06 PM PDT   2.3

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socialism. (Hubert Humphrey)



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Bud said the Port has been getting good use out of Rex. OSU is planning an environmental survey of Tokyo Slough, including collecting core samples form the bottom, so the Port took Rex up in there for a preliminary look. Rex doesn't have a depth sounder, so Bud was up in the bow with a pole checking the depth as they poked into the shallow and debris filled slough. He said Rex handled great in the shallows with her big propeller in a tunnel. When Rex takes the techie OSU crew into Tokyo Slough to take cores, Bud is looking forward to them being shocked by Rex's crudeness -- the only technology in her wheelhouse is a radio. :o)

On 7/28/2021 5:47 PM, elaine wrote:
Good picture of Rex.
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