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9825RE: [Michalak] Re: Midwest Messabout / Food / Trout

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  • Chuck Leinweber
    Jun 1 12:45 PM

      The smallest messabout I ever attended drew two boats and three people. We
      had a very good time, in spite of the small turnout. I am usually amazed at
      the number of people who show up at these things, though. If you have it in
      the same place and time each year, people will hear about it and after a few
      years, you will have a crowd. Yes, as you said, you just have to �jump in�.

      Let me know what date you decide on and I will post it in Duckworks.



      From: Michalak@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Michalak@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
      Of wwbaginski
      Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 12:51 PM
      To: Michalak@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [Michalak] Re: Midwest Messabout / Food / Trout

      * Max, I didn't catch myself the trouts I ate but I can recommend to
      buy them and rust them either on a camp grill or a home oven. As for
      messabouts here in Poland, who knows? Currently I know only 4
      "classic" boats (classics, I mean mentioned in Duckworksmagazine)to
      take a part. Campjon (me & partner), polepunt (me), green scow you
      probably know from the Vistula photo expedition report, designed and
      built by our friend Jacek Szelazek, and and someone's else Summer
      Breeze. The first three boats will be gathered in the same harbour all
      this summer, so it,s like a permanent messabout. But I,m sure lots of
      people here build their boats themselves, however these bots are
      mostly modern and made of resins. However, recently a few pioneer
      designers made their "instant boat" propositions.

      On the other hand, may be it,s an idea to envisage to "jump in" to
      Poland with a boat on a trailer from other European countries to sail
      on the last big European unregulated river (and support the idea of
      saving her unregulated)? Max and all the colleagues feel invited to do
      it (even with no boat and no passport).



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