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2007 Assembly Photos

Discussion in 'Annual Assembly' started by Fitz, Jul 15, 2007.

  1. Fitz

    Fitz Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

    I got back a little early. Here are a few photos for the forumites who missed a great time. Maybe other folks can share some photos here too:

    Charles River Beauties:


    Charles River Boats on the Green:


    Probable Robertson:


    Robertson Underway:


    Robertson and Brodbeck:


    The Grandson of Crandell providing great first hand stories of canoe maintenance and building at the Robertson/Crandell Boathouse in Worcester. He is discussing a Crandell Canoe. David Kingsbury son of builder Kingsbury also provided great insight.


    A restored Kingsbury:


    It was great putting forum names to faces too.

  2. MikeCav

    MikeCav Restorer/Videographer

    Thanks Fitz,

    Wonderful time, great boats! Great meeting you also.
  3. Kathryn Klos

    Kathryn Klos squirrel whisperer

    Sharing Pictures...

    Here are a few more...

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  4. Kathryn Klos

    Kathryn Klos squirrel whisperer

    That Bag Lady...

    Here are a couple shots of Sue Audette's little buddy in the Wee Wee Lassie.

    The little lady in the canoe is the product of one of the classes offered at Assembly this year. I made a basket, which turned out... well, it held some little bags of chips left over from lunch just fine.

    Denis and I went on the wine-n-cheese boat cruise, which was very pleasant.

    Missed the bird walk and therefore didn't see the family of indigo buntings (parents with fledglings) which that group spied.

    Perfect weather... and no bugs.

    The best part: THE PEOPLE

    Next best part: THE BOATS, and all that I learned and all that I discovered I need to learn...

    Rained every day at home, I am told... so the garden didn't suffer while we were away!

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  5. Denis M. Kallery

    Denis M. Kallery Passed Away July 3, 2012 In Memoriam

    Would just like to say that it was such a pleasure to meet so many folks that we've communicated with on line. Would also like to express my appreciation to those whose very hard work make this event possible. Seeing the great variety of canoes and the end result of work put into them and speaking to those that did the work was for me very rewarding. All in all it was a grand and fascinating time,that was also a learning experience. I just plain had a wonerful time! THANKS-Denis :D

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