Friday, November 18, 2005

Bill of Rights/TSC '05 Photo Request

Please click here to view Nathalie's request

3 comments:

lauraatcambridge said...

Hi Bill of Rights! It is Laura, ASTA Intern #1,#2,#3 or #4 (depending on who was your favorite I suppose)

Anyway, I am happy to find this blog and hear about what has been going on with everyone. Glad to hear you are doing better, Captain.

I am in Cambridge now, you can read about what I have been up to at http://lauraatcambridge.blogspot.com, if you are so inclined.

Nathalie, I will send you some pics I think you may enjoy. I also have ones of Bryce and Nick climbing the Pallada's rigging. Anyhoo, take care everyone and drop me a line sometime- I would love to hear from you :)

noriko said...

Hello there, It's Noriko in Toronto. It has snow here already.I really miss summer and osean.
Anyhow,I sent the url of my on-line photo alubm to some people who I knew their e-mail add.
Let I write down the URL on here again.
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/noriko_sail/my_photos?urlhint=actn,del%3as,1%3af,0
If the url dosen't work,let me know.I can send your picturs by e-mail.
take good care everyone.

Anonymous said...

Ahoy
I had the pleasure of being a guest on a Schooner named the "Bill of Rights" during the 1977 America's Cup race in Newport R.I. This marvelous vessel was built in Maine {without power} and skippered by a man named Joe Davis. It was officed in Pawtucket R.I. but was usually seen in or about Newport in the summer. I heard that it wintered in Mystic.
I was wondering if this could be the same vessel? I will check your site from time to time.