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Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival

Sailed up to PT for the festival All day Saturday and home ALL day Sunday.

Link: Scott Rose's Photos - Wooden Boat Festival | Facebook

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That's one show I've always wanted to get to. Port Townsend is such a great place!

Is that your boat that the gals are sailing? Very nice, what kind of boat? Looks like you had some fine weather. Last time I was there it was blowing a gale and I wouldn't have wanted to be out in it.

P.S. Also, is that your Renovo?
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That's one show I've always wanted to get to. Port Townsend is such a great place!

Is that your boat that the gals are sailing? Very nice, what kind of boat? Looks like you had some fine weather. Last time I was there it was blowing a gale and I wouldn't have wanted to be out in it.

P.S. Also, is that your Renovo?

What's a Renovo ?


edit....oh THAT Renovo......seriously cool....a timber bicyle.....mmmmmm


Don't suppose they do a folding version ??? (yeah I know...shut up you idiot !)
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A brand of bicycle.
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A brand of bicycle.

What an apt thing to be riding to a wooden boat festival.....


Scott and Co...thanks for that.....nice pics, happy looking people.....lovely boats....
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Sweet

That bike was pretty damn amazing. 18lbs!!! The boat is owned by the woman steering her. It is an Al Mason 24 Ostkust. She has been lovingly bringing it back to life for the past few years.

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PT wooden boat show is just a wonderful overload of "eye candy" every where you look. The weather was perfect, loads of fun. Ihave some great shots but the file size is too big for this forum....
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jmolan,

You're picture file size is not "too big" you post count at 5 is too small by 5 to post pic links etc. You need 10, so make a post 6,then 7 ....here or go to one of the off topic threads like the music one and you can get you post count up high enough soon enough.

RE PT WBS, I have not been to that one, but to the one in Seattle a few times. ALways some nice boats around.
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Ahh...so I just have to post....and post....and...thnx!
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