200-6751 Westminster Hwy, Richmond,
B.C. Canada V7C 4V4
Email: [email protected]
Contact: +1 778-297-5005

A Steveston resident, Don has been helping Richmond businesses and organizations effectivelty connect with local customers for more than 15 years.

An award-winning photographer, Chung has been capturing images of Richmond people, places and events for more than 25 years.

 
A very pleasant Sunday afternoon phone conversation with ‘Jeff’ a prospective boat buyer very soon outlined a potential problem with the design that he was interested in. You see Jeff is 7ft. tall and while I design my boats for tall people the 7ft. height is really off the radar for most design projects unless specifically needed or requested by the design customer. Simple design modifications can be done to an existing design to a point but sometimes you really need to think out of the box to accommodate the customer and their very specific requirements and needs.

After hanging up the phone I simply couldn’t put this one away in my mind and so spent the next couple of hours modifying another similar design to fit Jeff’s unique height requirements. In this drawing the cockpit has a 7ft occupant included for scale, all interior headroom’s are In the 7’-4” range including the forward cabin area.

Just a bit of glimpse into the life of an inveterate boat sketcher and designer’s life, this one wrapped around a warm and sunny Sunday afternoon.

BOISE — Enough endangered sockeye salmon are returning to central Idaho this year that some will be allowed to swim the final few hundred yards into Redfish Lake under their own power, something that hasn’t happened in two decades due to dismal spawning runs.

With room for 1,000 fish at the state hatchery in Eagle, Idaho, however, 400 to 500 will be counted, sampled for genetics — and then allowed to swim past the trap in Redfish Lake Creek and into the lake.

Biologists attribute this year’s spike to good ocean and river conditions, actions by dam operators to help young fish survive and the success of a sockeye hatchery program that was targeted for abandonment just four years ago. Only three of the fish from Redfish Lake made their way back into Idaho in 2006.

200-6751 Westminster Hwy, Richmond,
B.C. Canada V7C 4V4
Email: [email protected]
Contact: +1 778-297-5005

A Steveston resident, Don has been helping Richmond businesses and organizations effectivelty connect with local customers for more than 15 years.

An award-winning photographer, Chung has been capturing images of Richmond people, places and events for more than 25 years.

200-6751 Westminster Hwy, Richmond,
B.C. Canada V7C 4V4
Email: [email protected]
Contact: +1 778-297-5005

A Steveston resident, Don has been helping Richmond businesses and organizations effectivelty connect with local customers for more than 15 years.

An award-winning photographer, Chung has been capturing images of Richmond people, places and events for more than 25 years.

 
A very pleasant Sunday afternoon phone conversation with ‘Jeff’ a prospective boat buyer very soon outlined a potential problem with the design that he was interested in. You see Jeff is 7ft. tall and while I design my boats for tall people the 7ft. height is really off the radar for most design projects unless specifically needed or requested by the design customer. Simple design modifications can be done to an existing design to a point but sometimes you really need to think out of the box to accommodate the customer and their very specific requirements and needs.

After hanging up the phone I simply couldn’t put this one away in my mind and so spent the next couple of hours modifying another similar design to fit Jeff’s unique height requirements. In this drawing the cockpit has a 7ft occupant included for scale, all interior headroom’s are In the 7’-4” range including the forward cabin area.

Just a bit of glimpse into the life of an inveterate boat sketcher and designer’s life, this one wrapped around a warm and sunny Sunday afternoon.

Sockeye s Journey Home: The Story of a Pacific Salmon by.


Sockeye s journey home : the story of a Pacific salmon.

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