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Classics Draw A Crowd At Oregon’s Fern Ridge Lake Nearly 50


craft sporting the lines of yesteryear congregated at Fern Ridge Lake near Eugene for Triton Yacht Club’s first Tradi t ional Boat Show on August 7. F r ame d b y


cannon blasts at its start and finish, the show at Richardson Marina drew a steady flow of spectators. The show's theme honored vessels with traditional l ines, whether executed in wood or fiberglass. That produced an array ranging from graceful Ericson 32s to 60-year-old wooden sailboats to mini-tugs to assorted skiffs, dories and day sailers. Twenty-seven larger boats welcomed visitors at the docks, while 21 smaller


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craft were displayed on the marina lawn. S p e c t a t o r s


also were treated to displays of ship carving and antique outboard motors. Radio-control led model sai lboats tacked and jibed at the edges of the show.


The Triton club,


an at - the-docks organization based at Richardson Marina, staged the show with the mission of promoting sailing awareness in the


Eugene area and recognizing the increasing number of traditional boats on the lake. The event was co-sponsored by the City of Eugene’s Recreation Services office and the Lane County Parks Department.


Saltwater Beach Property Expands Moran State Park


The San Juan Preservation Trust


has conveyed a 26-acre property on the northeast shore of Orcas Island to Washington State Parks, providing Moran State Park with its very first accessible saltwater beach. The property originally was


purchased by the Trust in 2008. State Parks recently received grant funds from the Washington Wildlife Recreation Program (WWRP) to acquire the property from the Trust. Grant funds from WWRP are available only for acquiring lands for public access and may not be used for other purposes. “Connie Collingsworth and Allen


Wilcox, the original landowners, deserve credit for bringing this all together,” said Tim Seifert, Executive Director of the Preservation Trust. “They were resolved to make this land part of the park, so they sold the property at a price significantly below its market value.”


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