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Captain Cook Festival

Alio 17 Oct 01 - 06:52 AM
GUEST,Greycap 17 Oct 01 - 08:16 AM
Dave Wynn 17 Oct 01 - 08:57 AM
MMario 17 Oct 01 - 09:00 AM
Linda Kelly 17 Oct 01 - 10:39 AM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 17 Oct 01 - 10:47 AM
Madam Gashee 17 Oct 01 - 01:02 PM
John Routledge 17 Oct 01 - 01:18 PM
Noreen 17 Oct 01 - 01:20 PM
Madam Gashee 17 Oct 01 - 01:58 PM
Willa 17 Oct 01 - 02:35 PM
Ned Ludd 17 Oct 01 - 04:45 PM
Tyke 17 Oct 01 - 06:49 PM
Noreen 18 Oct 01 - 05:18 AM
nutty 18 Oct 01 - 05:59 AM
Michael in Swansea 18 Oct 01 - 08:13 AM
Alio 19 Oct 01 - 05:58 AM
Noreen 19 Oct 01 - 07:38 AM
GUEST,Tyke 21 Oct 01 - 03:13 PM
Noreen 21 Oct 01 - 03:29 PM
53 21 Oct 01 - 03:31 PM
Noreen 21 Oct 01 - 03:50 PM
Alio 22 Oct 01 - 04:29 AM
Celtic Soul 22 Oct 01 - 09:40 AM
Gypsy 22 Oct 01 - 11:11 AM
gnomad 22 Oct 01 - 12:22 PM
Tyke 22 Oct 01 - 06:23 PM
Linda Kelly 22 Oct 01 - 07:18 PM
Snuffy 22 Oct 01 - 07:52 PM
Noreen 24 Oct 01 - 06:54 PM
Tyke 25 Oct 01 - 03:57 PM
Linda Kelly 27 Oct 01 - 04:43 AM
Mrs.Duck 27 Oct 01 - 06:02 PM
Linda Kelly 29 Oct 01 - 07:14 AM
Matthew Edwards 29 Oct 01 - 07:32 AM
Ned Ludd 29 Oct 01 - 12:48 PM
Tyke 29 Oct 01 - 06:51 PM
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Michael in Swansea 30 Oct 01 - 09:55 AM
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Peter Kasin 01 Nov 01 - 01:49 PM
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Subject: Captain Cook Festival
From: Alio
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 06:52 AM

I'm off to Whitby on October 26th for the Captain Cook Festival with the Shellbacks. Never been to this one before. Does anyone know what it's like? Are there any other Mudcatters going? Where are the best places to go?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: GUEST,Greycap
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 08:16 AM

Tell me more, please....I'll likely to attend


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Dave Wynn
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 08:57 AM

The best part of Whitby is discovering the place yourself. The old side (east) is a delightful place to wander with lots of pubs and shops (Black Horse is one of the best). The other side has typical small seaside attractions and some nice pubs including the Elsinore , The Angel , Plough and what used to be the Cutty Sark but is now (alas) renamed the Tap and Spile.

Best Fish and Chips in the UK can be had from the Magpie Cafe (IMHO).

Hope you enjoy it...we will be there Nov 2nd and 3rd for the Goth Festival (Dracula is linked to Whitby).

Spot


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: MMario
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 09:00 AM

Captain Cook Festival 2001


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 10:39 AM

Not just your opinion Spot, I think Rick Stein also said it. If you can be bothered to queue go to the Magpie Cafe it is amazing. I have been going to the Shanty Weekend for several years. There will be several Mudcatters hold up in a secret location on the weekend of 27th October and taking part in the singarounds, usually in the Pier, Endeavour and Plough pubs. I've always enjoyed it immensely, and usually Michael from Swansea is around with Baggyrinkle. On Sunday the normal folk club in the Tap & Spile is most enjoyable and hopefully Mandomad and Jingle will be there. Aardvark and his missus will definitely be around and let's face it Tyke is always there! Just a few Mudcat names you are likely to come across together with several others including myself.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 10:47 AM

I am working at the weekend, but I will try to pop up for a few hours on the Saturday


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Madam Gashee
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 01:02 PM

Baggyrinkle will not be there this year although Michael will be going up with 3 others Should be a good time! Sorry i'm missing it this year.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: John Routledge
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 01:18 PM

Have a great time everyone. I will be in Darlington that weekend learning to sing!!. Can taste those fish and chips. John


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 01:20 PM

Thanks, MMario. This link has the festival programme too.

I'll be there, singing with the Shellbacks, Alio (is that Ali?), assuming I can get a new car sorted by then... and Chanteyranger is making his first visit to the UK just to be there!:0(

Looking forward to a great weekend.

Noreen


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Madam Gashee
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 01:58 PM

Sorry Noreen, that link is to last years programme, there isn't one online that i know of.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Willa
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 02:35 PM

I'm going to be in Darlington learning to sing, too, Geordie. Isn't it infuriating that the best things come in twos and threes?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Ned Ludd
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 04:45 PM

I'm not certain yet but I'll be trying to get to Whitby to sing with the Shellbacks! Whitby is great, but don't tell everyone. Last time I went, I had to go to Robin hoods bay instead 'cos I couldn't park!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Tyke
Date: 17 Oct 01 - 06:49 PM

Yes Tyke will be there you are quite right Ickle Dorritt, What will the Captain Cook Sea Shanty Festival be Like? Well the first time I went I was Shang Hide into Coblers Monday. When sobered up the lads told me what a great weekend I had so I've been going ever since! The truth is the Captain Cook Festival will be what you make it! Please do not worry if you over indulge in Whitby's many great Pub once home and sober you will be able to read about what a great weekend you had even if you can't remember. Like wise if you don't go/can't go you will be able to read about what a great weekend you have missed!

Coblers Monday Whitby's Shanty Group are again booked for the Shanty Festival on the Whitby Weekend which is the weekend after the Music Port Festival This Weekend (It's half term take the week off and stay for both!) Meanwhile, If you want to take a fun Look at Coblers Monday NEW Website you can find us on The Mudcats links page or the address is:- http://uk.geocities.com/aaardvark001. Hope you enjoy your visit to our latest web pages we have Photo of Whitby and The Grand Turk information on the Whitby Folk Club and other links. Our intention is to expand the site in the near future (once we have sobered up from the Captain Cook Weekend) To include lots of exiting things including a Mick Haywood's Song collection and Plenty of Sea Shanties. Hope to see you all in Whitby Cheers from tyke (George Clarke)


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 18 Oct 01 - 05:18 AM

*embarrassed blush* ... so it is! Shame they haven't been so efficient this year- it's nice to know what's going on.

Noreen


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: nutty
Date: 18 Oct 01 - 05:59 AM

Don't be embarrassed Noreen ... I'm sure that Richard Grainger would be the first to admit that "efficient" and "organised" are words that, to him, are somewhat unfamiliar ....

As Whitby is such a lovely place I,m sure peolpe will enjoy themselves anyway.
If you haven't been before ...try this site

WHITBY


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Michael in Swansea
Date: 18 Oct 01 - 08:13 AM

I do like Whitby, oh yes. Michael will be there but as Madam G said the Baggies will not. I've heard that Zorro isn't paying anyone this year, everyone's doing it for nothing, isn't that nice?
Looking forward to a tidy weekend finishing off with Sunday in the Tap, splendid evening.
I hope this year there aren't any floods. Last year took 17 hours to get home, it was worth it though.
See you soon

Mike


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Alio
Date: 19 Oct 01 - 05:58 AM

Yes Noreen, it's Ali, and I'm looking forward to the weekend. We should get off to a good start as we're staying at the Endeavour!!! See you all at the Tap and Spile then.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 19 Oct 01 - 07:38 AM

Not planning on getting much sleep then Ali? Staying at the Endeavour! Wonderful!:0)


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: GUEST,Tyke
Date: 21 Oct 01 - 03:13 PM

The captain cook programe came out on Thursday (last) Sorry I havn't got time to give full details as I off to the Tap N spile to drink beer anf sing! But I can tell you that Coblers monday will be in the Endeavour to start the Whitby end of the festival at 20.00 hrs with Ol'Abel Parkin,Keepers Lock, Deric Gifford,Georges peoetry Unlimiter ,Coblers Monday amd Feet first. Some of the same artists will all so appear at the Pier Inn at 20.30 hrs. Mick Haywood will be at the helm in the Endeavour to introduce the guests. All will be made welcome!Cheers going back to the Pub NOW! George Clarke (Tyke)


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 21 Oct 01 - 03:29 PM

Thanks, George- any chance of telling us where and when The Shellback Chorus are expected to sing (Sat and Sun) since we don't know yet? :0) Would be nice if we were able to get to where we're expected!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: 53
Date: 21 Oct 01 - 03:31 PM

is he any kin to captain hook?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 21 Oct 01 - 03:50 PM

Captain James Cook

Captain James Hook

Hmmm... you decide...


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Alio
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 04:29 AM

Tyke, when is all that happening in the Endeavour - is it the Friday evening? if so, we'll be there! Noreen, Geoff's got the details of the Shellbacks performances ie where and which day, but no times as yet!!! I know we're in the Pavilion, but that's about it.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Celtic Soul
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 09:40 AM

Is Whitby in Yorkshire? We sing a song called "The Grand Pubs of Yorkshire", and it mentions "The White Bear, the Star and the Plough".

Thanks to Peter Benson for writing songs that broaden ones knowledge of the Pubs of England! :D


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Gypsy
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 11:11 AM

I wish we could go....handsome mandolinist is a direct decendant of Captain Cook. I should have such an illustrious pedrigree!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: gnomad
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 12:22 PM

Outline of Events:

Friday - Pier Hotel starts at 20.30, Endeavour starts at 20.00

Saturday - Pay events at the Pavillion all day + evening, including some childrens events.

Pier - 11.30 Sea Ballads & Poets, 12.30 More Salty Songs, 16.30 Come All Ye.

Plough - 13.00 to 16.00 Singers & Musicians Welcome

Endeavour - 13.00 to 16.00 Won't You Go My Way, 20.30 to 23.00 Saturday Night Ashore.

Sorry I don't have full details to hand, just those I copied from the programme, available at the venues above.

There is also stuff happening on Sunday, see programme.

Hope this will help a few catters, don't forget the (in)famous sessions at the Tap on Sunday evening.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Tyke
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 06:23 PM

If antone is in Whitby on the Wednesday Night you will find Coblers Monday at the Plough Inn when the Whitby Folk Club Puts on a Shanty Night. See you all there if you can make it.

If not in the Endevour from 8pm on Friday for the start of the weekend!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 07:18 PM

Saw another Shellback in Nellies tonite -young man called Chris from Redditch but studying at Bishop Burton College in Beverley. I asked him to spill the gossip on Noreen Treaties1 and Nutty -only I know if he did or not!!!!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Snuffy
Date: 22 Oct 01 - 07:52 PM

Linda, our Mr Kipling is a real treasure - did he show you his Danny Deever?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 24 Oct 01 - 06:54 PM

Snuffy- what?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Tyke
Date: 25 Oct 01 - 03:57 PM

Had a great night at the Whitby Folk Clubs Shanty Night on Wenessday. The Club was packed out and the Beer is still only £1.25p a Pint. Must go pack for the Weekend FUN!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 27 Oct 01 - 04:43 AM

Got off to a great start -lots of singing and the following Mudcatters -Ickle Dorritt, Chantyranger, Tyke, Treaties1, Abuwood, Micheal from Swansea, Aardvark by the end of tonight we will be stiff with them. Great to see Chantyranger although he wasn't drinking half as much as he should have been !!!!!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Mrs.Duck
Date: 27 Oct 01 - 06:02 PM

Just returned from a great day out in Whitby. Sang along with the Shellbacks at the bandstand (perhaps they'll let me join if I ask nicely) and had a good singaround in the Endeavour later. Even had a quick paddle. Didn't see Chanteyranger unfortunately but met plenty of other 'catters. Only regret we couldn't find any accomodation so had to leave around 9pm and drive home - sober!!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 29 Oct 01 - 07:14 AM

Well, I am' in recovery mode - a wonderful weekend meeting Mudcatters from far and near. Wonderful singing from the Shellbacks and a super set from Chantyranger. Peter, you are welcome to come to Hull, plenty places for you to stay! Yesterday afternoon and the eveing folk club in Tap & Spile were magical -Noreen singing like an angel as ever, Mags talking dirty in Hawaiian, and Treaties1 doing a very sexy version of Juliana- happy memories. Also enjoyed Michael from Swansea singing 'Amongst the leave so green-o'. Come back next year y'all!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Matthew Edwards
Date: 29 Oct 01 - 07:32 AM

A magical weekend in Whitby - lovely to meet so many 'Catters again. Some wonderful moments - eating oysters to the sound of the Shellbacks singing. Suffering from synesthesia this morning - the smell of kippers is lingering in my ears! Michael from Swansea, thanks for the Manchester Rambler , and as for Treaties1 what can I say about Juliana? Brilliant! As always a delight to hear Noreen and Ickle singing together - such heavenly harmonies! Nice to meet Les and Mags. Count me in for next year.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Ned Ludd
Date: 29 Oct 01 - 12:48 PM

Had a great time at Whitby Shellbacks were on form. Singing in the bandstand we collected for the lifeboats, so they gave us a discount to go out on one. I'm a real shantyman ,now I've sung on the Whitby lifeboat! Admiral Ludd.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Tyke
Date: 29 Oct 01 - 06:51 PM

Help we havn't seen or hear anything from Brian Barker since he was seen holding hands with The Lady Mayoress who was P***ed in the Endevour on Friday Night. We Know they left the Endevour together at the end of the evening (the bar was still open at this point!). Aaardvark and myself speculated that Denies (the Mayoress) may have chained him to her bed with the Maroral Chain of Office! When she appeared in the Endevour on Sunday Afternoon we confronted her. Deneis says that she has not seen him since! Should we belive her? It is the Goth weekend next week in Whitby!

Ps Did I have a good time? I can't remmember things are still a bit hazy!


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 29 Oct 01 - 08:15 PM

Singing on the boat trip around the bay was such fun! We are true seafarers now, having sung shanties on the high seas (...and we're bound for South Australia... Really??)

Shellbacks and friends singing in the bandstand to passers-by and gathering an audience all the way up the steps to the West Cliff! And The Sloop John B gets more complex every time we do it...

Lovely to meet up with friends old and new. You shall be a Shellback, Mrs Duck! (A shellbacked duck??) And Chanteyranger who travelled from San Francisco to do a guest spot with the Shellbacks :0) Good to meet you Peter, you'll be welcome back anytime. Can we see some of the photos please?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Michael in Swansea
Date: 30 Oct 01 - 09:55 AM

Thank you Ickle and Matthew - you've made me go all red.
Another Wonderful Whitby
Noreen's "Lowlands" in the Pavillion on Saturday night was magic and I didn't beat about the bush in telling her. And I told it in the Tap & Spile and now I'm telling the world.
Another delight, which made me take notice, was Linda and Noreen's duetting - WOW!!!! not much else I can say. It was a good Juliana, enjoyed that, and of course Maggies Hawaiian dirty talk. Were Mags and Les in smut mode Sunday evening? What the 'ell, good time had by all. Roll on Easter and Lancaster

Mike


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Snuffy
Date: 30 Oct 01 - 09:57 AM

Is Lancaster definitely on then?


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Les from Hull
Date: 30 Oct 01 - 03:56 PM

Maggie and I had a great time, and I'm sure it was well past the watershead when we 'got mucky'. Blame John Prine for writing such good songs we can't leave 'em alone. Thanks to everybody for helping us to have such a great time. Hope everybody got home OK (our train was delayed twice!)

Les and Maggie


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Michael in Swansea
Date: 31 Oct 01 - 05:59 AM

Snuffy,

Talking to Ian wasisname, "Ole Abel Parkin", in Whitby and he thinks Lancaster is on. He's in with David Wright, the Lancaster Boss, so he should know something. If it was a definite NO - NO then I'm sure he'd have said.

Mike


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Edain
Date: 31 Oct 01 - 11:14 AM

Snuffy,

We're booked for Lancaster and the festival is listed in the bumph we continually get from Lancaster City Council or whatever to advertise the events going on there.

Whitby was fantasic and I have to agree with Noreen, singing shanties on the deck of the old lifeboat as we 'ploughed the raging seas' was a fantastic experience! Plus, raises the amouth we did for the lifeboats was quiet an achievement in it' self :-) Although I hope we didn't all scare chanteyranger off....

Edain


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Alio
Date: 01 Nov 01 - 04:39 AM

Only just come on line since the weekend (only just got my voice back as well!). It was a great weekend, and amazing finding out who all the Mudcatters are...I only knew you by your Mudcat names before. Singing on the old lifeboat was fantastic, but so was singing on the bandstand with people able to listen to us from the cliff....oh the power!!! Thanks to all of you for making it a fantastic weekend - roll on the next one (and we're definitely staying in the Endeavour again Noreen, I can recommend it!!) If anyone does want to join the Shellbacks let me know, as I've already got a few names to pass on to Mein Fuhrer (Derek).


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 01 Nov 01 - 01:49 PM

I'm home now, jet-lagged and festival-lagged, with a suitcase full of new CDs and Frank Meadow Sutcliffe books and prints. What a great weekend in Whitby. I was in danger of losing my return ticket. Cookfest began the week before in Middlesbrough, then on to Marske and Staithes before Whitby. I was singing all that week with Richard Grainger and his group, The Stormy Weather Boys. Richard and Ian McNichol organized the fest so that it reached out into the communities. We sang in the church at Marske, in Cleveland hospital for patients and on the hospital's radio station, in a recreation hall, aboard the Endeavor at the Stockton quay, and at the Sunday night folk club at Dr. Brown's. Whitby was the perfect culmination of the fest. What a magical place. It was great finally meeting several 'Catters and connecting the people to they're names. A great bunch to meet up with, and I was only sorry there wasn't more time on my trip to talk with you more. Got to hear Noreen's rendition of Lowlands Away, which was soulful and moving. It was a pleasure getting adopted (or abducted) by the Shellbacks at Whitby, singing with them in the lifeboat and in the Pier Inn. Great meeting Ickle Dorritt and Michael in Swansea as well. So, Ickle, I didn't drink half as much as I should? Are you kidding? I drank enough water to fill an aquarium! :-)

-chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 01 Nov 01 - 11:33 PM

"Their names", not "they're names." Ohhh, jetlag turns my English into anguish.


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Noreen
Date: 02 Nov 01 - 04:39 AM

Glad you arrived back safely, Peter. It was lovely to meet you and dragoon you into the Shellbacks. Hope to see some of the many reels of film you took!

Noreen


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Peter Kasin
Date: 02 Nov 01 - 10:20 AM

Great to meet you, too, Noreen. I should be getting the pictures back this weekend and will send copies of the shellback photos to you. I'm pretty sure that by this afternoon I will have finished digesting the fish n' chips and ice cream.

chanteyranger


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: Edain
Date: 02 Nov 01 - 06:19 PM

Glad to hear you had a good trip and hope the photos turn out well. :-)


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Subject: RE: Captain Cook Festival
From: GUEST
Date: 13 Oct 02 - 05:16 AM

Any details available yet for this year's events? (2002)


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