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Re: Escaping the heat *Pic*
By:Mike Hanks
Date: 6/20/2001, 10:59 am
In Response To: Escaping the heat (Greg Morse)


I don't know if you are aware, but R2K+1 is just a short distance away, over in Port Townsend on August 18-19. It is THE event for kayak builders on the west coast, aside from the monthly trips of the South Sound Wooden Kayak Club. ;)

Mike (who lives down in Tacoma, has extra kayaks, and would gladly go for a paddle, just about any time)

: Any Seattle area kayak builders open for visitation and/or paddling in
: August? I live in Phoenix but will be in Snoqualmie,WA participating in a
: Habitat For Humanity blitz build Aug 6-18. Would like to see some of these
: boats up close and personal, maybe get together for a paddle. My Guillemot
: forms are pretty much done. Cedar is being cut to managable size at the
: lumber yard. Workshop (garage) is about 110 degrees at 8pm and the resin
: would cure in the can without the hardner.

: Please contact me via email address above.

Messages In This Thread

Escaping the heat
Greg Morse -- 6/20/2001, 12:27 am
Re: Escaping the heat
kirk -- 6/20/2001, 12:51 pm
Re: Escaping the heat
Greg Morse -- 6/20/2001, 7:30 pm
Im going to Powell too...
Kirk -- 6/21/2001, 12:42 am
Re: Im going to Powell too...
Greg Morse -- 6/23/2001, 2:01 am
Re: Escaping the heat
Ben Staley -- 6/20/2001, 12:55 pm
Re: Escaping the heat
John Schroeder -- 6/20/2001, 3:26 pm
Re: Escaping the heat
Pete Rudie -- 6/20/2001, 11:45 am
Re: Escaping the heat
Greg Morse -- 6/20/2001, 4:46 pm
Re: Escaping the heat *Pic*
Mike Hanks -- 6/20/2001, 10:59 am
Re: Escaping the heat
Greg Morse -- 6/20/2001, 7:25 pm
Re: Worthwhile detour
Shawn Baker -- 6/21/2001, 12:57 pm