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· Stop Killing Wild Steelhead!
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Many small boats in this show that have historic Puget Sound roots. Salmon and Crabbing boats; skiffs, punts, prams, dories etc. Kayaks too. Kits, plans, lectures, traditional and modern. Row, power or sail, even steam . Here is a great opportunity. Maybe next year you will be fishing with your own boat that you built yourself.!

· Smells like low tide.
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Dang! Thanks again for the reminder, Bob, but its gonna be tough for me to make it. There's a blues festival going on here in Westport on the 11th & 12th, with Lee Oskar playing on sunday afternoon (12th). There's a "blues harp blowoff" (whatever that is) going on sometime, too. Since I sometimes like to make noises on my blues harp, I plan to go listen. Also, there's the annual Brady's Oyster Feed going on here Saturday the 11th. I always go to that.

I went to the link Bob put up, and found a link to a list (with descriptions, brief history, & photos) of the boats being exhibited. For those of us who might not make the show, you can view photos of some of the boats.

I found an interesting boat named "Hope" on that list, and a rather humorous story there to go along with it. Hey Bob, Would this be the emoticon for "hope?" :beathead:

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