Comments on: Day 2 - Big Wind/Big Waves / Day 3 - a walk in the park http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16 Tue, 06 Jul 2010 22:06:17 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.0.2 by: Greg d http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16#comment-57 Thu, 15 Jun 2006 13:08:01 +0000 http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16#comment-57 Way to Go Tom, hope the day is met with a breeze at your back and ends with a comfy bed. Finnishing the front bay roof today. All will be complete except for the proch skylight and gutter. Best Wishes, greg d Way to Go Tom, hope the day is met with a breeze at your back and ends with a comfy bed. Finnishing the front bay roof today. All will be complete except for the proch skylight and gutter. Best Wishes, greg d

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by: Russ http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16#comment-49 Wed, 14 Jun 2006 04:44:28 +0000 http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16#comment-49 Sorry.. me again. I wanted to remind you that there is NO good access to the campground at Cliffside from the water. It is a 0.4 mile bushwack from the south end ravine through the woods. I know we talked about this previously, but it was some time ago. If Peg will be there to shuttle, I recommend pulling up the steep hill at Crestview, which is the property to the south, and then car shuttling to the campground. Hope this finds you well. Sorry.. me again. I wanted to remind you that there is NO good access to the campground at Cliffside from the water. It is a 0.4 mile bushwack from the south end ravine through the woods. I know we talked about this previously, but it was some time ago. If Peg will be there to shuttle, I recommend pulling up the steep hill at Crestview, which is the property to the south, and then car shuttling to the campground. Hope this finds you well.

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by: Russ http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16#comment-48 Wed, 14 Jun 2006 04:17:37 +0000 http://caska.org/Heineman_Trip_2006/?p=16#comment-48 Welcome to WI Tom! I really wish I could be there, despite the weather you have been having. Something I have found useful in my Nordkapp, even in surf is to launch stern-first, pushing off with my legs, plopping my rear into the seat, and then pulling my legs into the cockpit. This will keep the skeg box clear of pebbles in most cases. They really do handle great while loaded .. don't they? Keep your spirits up-- the nice days are coming. Lake Superior has been great the past days and hopefully the weather holds out through the Symposium. Hope to catch you at Rock Island! Russ Welcome to WI Tom! I really wish I could be there, despite the weather you have been having.

Something I have found useful in my Nordkapp, even in surf is to launch stern-first, pushing off with my legs, plopping my rear into the seat, and then pulling my legs into the cockpit. This will keep the skeg box clear of pebbles in most cases. They really do handle great while loaded .. don’t they?

Keep your spirits up– the nice days are coming. Lake Superior has been great the past days and hopefully the weather holds out through the Symposium. Hope to catch you at Rock Island!

Russ

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