Quan Yin – does anybody know this boat?

  • 27 Sep 2018 02:29
    Reply # 6694643 on 6237890

    hello shemaya,  glad you were able to connect with quan yin...the last time we were on board they served us a delicious repas picked from the "junkgarden"

    this past summer we sailed georgian bay and the north channel(kilareney to sault sainte marie) ....this fall finds us in owen sound in the SW corner of georgian bay

    robin+karen

    Last modified: 27 Sep 2018 02:32 | Anonymous member
  • 26 Sep 2018 02:30
    Reply # 6693018 on 6237890
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hi Robin and Karen,

    That's great that you know them! I so love the greenhouse. They did arrive in Maine, to Belfast, in August. A friend of mine rowed out to say hello, not knowing anything about this discussion, but quite sure that I would be interested – and of course she was right. This led to me being in touch with them, which is being delightful. They weren't able to come to the junket, but it's fantastic having them in the neighborhood!

    Thanks so much for saying something here. Where are the two of you now? I hope that you had a fantastic summer.

    Cheers,

    Shemaya

  • 25 Sep 2018 16:07
    Reply # 6691913 on 6237890

    this is a bit tardy in regards to the new england junket , however we do know Quan Yin....amazing people travelling with a complete greenhouse!

    will check iif they wish to communicate.  we've been on the water all summer but the last  word was tthey were travelling from florida to maine this past spring/summer.

    robin+karen   "kilda"

  • 20 May 2018 01:06
    Reply # 6244260 on 6237890
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Seems so, about being Badger-based. Hopefully more information will turn up over the long term.

    Something like a year later, I heard from the owners of that boat named Kilda that I had posted about quite a while back. That boat was also photographed by Bill Cheney, in the South Carolina creeks. If I'm really lucky, I'll reach the folks on Quan Yin to see if they might be up toward New England in the fall, and if maybe they would like to come to the junket. That would be a serious treat. My boat farm is so tiny, compared to what they are doing! For so many reasons, it would be fun to connect a little bit.

    Shemaya

  • 19 May 2018 09:10
    Reply # 6243351 on 6237890

    Jay Benford reckoned so too, over on Facebook.

  • 19 May 2018 07:52
    Reply # 6243303 on 6237890

    Well, she's obviously 'based' - I use the word in its broadest sense - on a Badger, if that's any help.

  • 19 May 2018 06:27
    Reply # 6243267 on 6237890

    If anyone can find an owner, she would make a fine BOTM! There must be a story behind her.

    Mark

  • 16 May 2018 21:16
    Message # 6237890
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Seen recently in Factory Creek, Lady's Island, South Carolina. Thanks to Bill Cheney for the photo.


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