Re: [baidarka] Books out of print

lew plummer (
Sun, 10 May 1998 10:59:38 -0700

Date: Sun, 10 May 1998 10:59:38 -0700
From: lew plummer <>
Subject: Re: [baidarka] Books out of print

Gordon Couger wrote:
> I am in a position where I can proceed books out of print
> on CDROM and probably paper if we can get permission from
> the publisher or if the copyright has run out. I thing 1972 is the
> magic year. I would have to add a two sided printer and a batch
> scanner.
> I am open to joint ventures in publishing area. Web, paper CDROM.
> Carved stone or what have you. I also have a web server with room
> for mail list and archives. Eventually I want it to be paying venture but
> I need some things OT play with to learn the way things work and they
> can have a permeate free home.
> Gordon
> Gordon Couger
> 624 Cheyenne
> Stillwater, OK 74075
> 405 624-2855 GMT -6:00
> -----Original Message-----
> From: P.A. Lucas <>
> To: <>
> Date: Saturday, May 09, 1998 10:51 PM
> Subject: [baidarka] WTB: Qajaq by David Zimmerly
> >I'm looking for the famous out of print book that seems to be refered to
> >weekly on this group.
> >I have the Putz book, Baidarka by Dyson,
> >The Little Kayak books by Brand,
> >The Aleutian Kayak by Brink,
> >and I was lucky enough to find someone willing to part with the entire
> >Sea Kayaker library of back issues.
> >Addley & Chappelle is on order with a local Borders.
> >
> >Before I start my skin on frame I want to be sure I know what I'm doing,
> >and why the people before me did what they did.
> >
> >Can anyone suggest a source for Qajaq or other titles to seek out?
> >
> >Thanks for your time.
> >
> >Regards,
> >P.A. Lucas
> >

I would be interested in out of print books like Qajaq as well. I gave
my copy away thinking it was still available. I can borrow it back if
you want to make CD copies. The author is sailing around the world now
and may be hard to contact see

Regards, Lew Plummer