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Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

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Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Umi_Ryuzuki » Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:57 pm

The past few years, SubCom Inland Passage has made an annual trek south to
Tualatin Oregon and sailed their submarines during the Crawfish Festival in August.

With the passing of Erv Crosby, I would hate to see this annual regatta cease to exist.
I have not heard if anyone has taken up Erv's position, but I would like to extend an
invitation to the remaining members of SubCom IP to continue their event at Tualatin.

August 14th, two of us will be hosting a maneuvering event, for targets, an afternoon event
for Tug boats, and an evening run with lighted gates for anyone that stays or returns Saturday evening.
We are still expecting model boat clubs, or members from Seattle, Burnaby BC, Spokane, Idahoe,
San Francisco, and possibly Arizona to attend this August 14th regatta. It would be great to see the
submariners continue to be a part of this event.

Speak up and let us know you are still out there, and can attend.

8)

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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Myles Yancey » Sun Apr 04, 2010 9:25 pm

Umi_Ryuzuki wrote:The past few years, SubCom Inland Passage has made an annual trek south to
Tualatin Oregon and sailed their submarines during the Crawfish Festival in August.

With the passing of Erv Crosby, I would hate to see this annual regatta cease to exist.
I have not heard if anyone has taken up Erv's position, but I would like to extend an
invitation to the remaining members of SubCom IP to continue their event at Tualatin.

August 14th, two of us will be hosting a maneuvering event, for targets, an afternoon event
for Tug boats, and an evening run with lighted gates for anyone that stays or returns Saturday evening.
We are still expecting model boat clubs, or members from Seattle, Burnaby BC, Spokane, Idahoe,
San Francisco, and possibly Arizona to attend this August 14th regatta. It would be great to see the
submariners continue to be a part of this event.

Speak up and let us know you are still out there, and can attend.

8)

Aimee...aka: Umi_Ryuzuki



Gentlemen how about helping Umi_Ryuzuki out and let her know if you would be interested in attending the Tualatin craw fish festival, Erv would generally run the Submarine even for this festival. You probably know it as the Portland Pacific Northwest Sub regatta, could please respond as soon as possible to aide in planning and set up of the event.

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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Umi_Ryuzuki » Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:20 pm

As we have not heard from anyone in the Pacific Northwest, we will probably open the area,
typically reserved for submarines, for open sailing.

I know you guys are probably all headed for Carmel, but if anyone does have, or take the
time to come back to Tualatin, August 14th, we can share the pond as required...

http://www.tualatincrawfishfestival.com ... hedule.php

We will be running the regular maneuvering course at the South end of the pond.
Perhaps locate the loose Barge recovery to the North end where the submarines typcally run, and
then run the Offshore construction event in the afternoon.

Perhaps earlier in the day we perform a crane launch of one of the submarines.
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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Rogue Sub » Tue Aug 03, 2010 8:35 pm

oh Aimee I am very jealous! I have a major tug addiction and this looks to be very fun!
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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Umi_Ryuzuki » Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:37 am

Hi NP,

August is tug month in the Pacific Northwest.

Saturday the 14th is the Crawfish festival. The crane was specifically built for this years event.

Saturday the 21st is Foss Cup in Seattle(Bellevue), WA. Barge maneuvering, and stricken ship recovery.
Sunday the 22nd is Burnaby Regatta, Burnaby BC, Central Park. This year is harbor tug maneuvering, and Escort tug braking maneuver.

It is worth considering a trip out for a week.

:wink:

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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Rogue Sub » Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:20 pm

It would be worth it just to see all those fun projects you work on from all the other forums. Unfortunately it is a very long drive for me or my little monsters would participate. :cry:
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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Jaguar » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:08 pm

It looks like there are going to be at least 4 subdrivers there this year, me, Dallas, Kye and Duane.
Sorry I didn't reply earlier but have been unavailable for awhile.

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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Umi_Ryuzuki » Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:38 pm

Mark,
Would you like the North end reserved for subs, or do
you want to sail in the general population?

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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Jaguar » Mon Aug 09, 2010 12:55 am

The north end usually works best.
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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Umi_Ryuzuki » Tue Aug 10, 2010 1:23 am

Copy that... :)
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Re: Tualatin Crawfish Festival August, 14th 2010

Postby Tachikaze » Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:00 pm

I would like to thank all those who showed up to the Crawfish Festival. I hope that next year we can get a few more of the submariners.
Who was driving the Soviet Alpha Class that I was talking subs with.

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