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Old Sep 02, 2006, 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by boater_5026
From what I understand they are named after these people, I dont know the story behind it. But if someone does know the story about how these boats came to be please share it with the rest of us.
That's my mom, my dad and my sister at what looks like Bellevue pond several years ago. Basically the story is that a bunch of guys in my club (NWRCSM) wanted to built scratch but didn't have the means. So my dad and I cut out some "kit" pieces and gave them at at meetings. Apparently they've really taken off since I've been out of the hobby In fact in the first few pictures you see the one that is black hulled, white house with twin stacks? I built that and sold it it Tom Stevens of NWRCSM who painted it and repowered it. The actually ORIGINAL boat itself is in my dad's storage unit collecting dust in Seattle, it's based off a tug he had back in the 60's or 70's named the Ellrington.
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