249Re: London Boat Show & low priced air fare
- Dec 1, 1998Hi John & Sandra -
Michelle and I just escaped Minneapolis and are now back in Tampa Bay living
aboard our Nicholson 32. We planned to stay up there a year, but the two
months there seemed like two years so we came back. It wasn't so much
Minneapolis, rather, we really missed living aboard (we also missed being
Last year we visited Camper & Nicholson - we had a great time. The people
there were very friendly. We got a list of other 32's at the adjacent
marina and had the opportunity to meet the owner - and go aboard - hull #1
or our line.
Have a great time at the boat show! If you have time before taking off for
the Bahamas, feel free to give us a shout!
S/V Hetty Brace
From: John Larson [mailto:larsarch@...]
Sent: Monday, November 23, 1998 6:41 PM
Subject: [campernicholson] Re: London Boat Show & low priced air fare
From: John and Sandra Larson, C & N 35, No. 85, Passport
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, November 23, 1998 5:00 PM
Subject: [campernicholson] London Boat Show & Camper Nicholson visit
Hello to everyone on the list. We enjoy reading all the
correspondence about C &N boats and the questions and problems that are
Our boat is currently in Palmetto Florida at the Snead Island Boat
Works, a wonderful spot to store your boat or have work done. We plan on
leaving Minnesota and joining our boat toward the end of January and then,
as rapidly as possible, get to the Bahamas.
Before driving to our boat, we intend to fly to London and take in
the boat show , and also visit the C & N Boat Works. Perhaps we can meet
some other of you C & N owners while there. Jack and Chris Statts, where
did you find those really low air fares? We would like to leave from
Minneapolis, but for rates like that, we probably would drive to Detroit.
Denece and Bob Vincent, sorry to be so slow getting back to you
about the Danny Green Tender. Ours is about done. How is yours coming?
Construction has been pretty simple, but I sure dont like the stitch and
glue (Stich and tape?) type of construction. It seems I spend every weekend
up to my elbows in epoxy. It does appear to be a well thought out and very
handy boat, though, and the best part is that nested, it will fit on the
cabin roof behind the mast.
For those going to the London Boat Show, if you're interested in
meeting there, let us know.
John & Sandra
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