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December 14th 2018 - 14:44
September 7th, 2005
September 7th, 2005

Carlotta, CoastTalk, and Flightsuits

My fellow SALTSies from the 90´s will probably know the name Steven Mohan or perhaps only know him as ´Elvis´ either way - our very own King has embarked upon a new project - which he just enlightened me About yesterday - so I though it best to share it with everyone: outlines his plans to refit and restore the 1900 pilot cutter Carlotta right here on the Sunshine Coast (I hope I get to help!)

In ´it such a small world´ kind of circle - he is actually getting wood for the projedct from the fellow responsible for the kids toy Boat building at last year´s Sunshine Coast Wooden Boat Festival - which I´m chairing for 2006 - now all we need to do is convince Elvis to bring Carlotta down for the festival in 2006!

Taking an abrupt left turn another friend from the CCGA has started a new web site dedicated to the Sunshine Coast and I wanted to call attention to it here - is positioned to be the best community site for the coast - We´ll see where things go - wish him luck!

Finally we have confirmation that we are getting new custom fit flight suits for ISAR - this is entirely in the cool dept and has no real Bearing on antyhign other then me being excited About it.

SO... tgo answer the question: What do a 1900´s cutter, a new web site, and flights suits have in commmon? the only answer I can come up with is today´s blog.

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Model 6122 - for ISAR team
Model 6122 - for ISAR team

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