Talked out!

A week of talks – spoke on my project and book on the sailing ship the City of Ottawa to Rhyl History Club on Monday.  I was amazed by how many enthusiastic members it has, and by the warm welcome.

Then this morning was again made to feel very welcome by old friends at Nant y Mor sheltered accommodation in Prestatyn.  They really made me feel really special, and had some interesting stories of their own to tell.

Captain's map: the CofO at Plymouth.  Oil, work in progress, in my studio

Captain’s map: the CofO at Plymouth. Oil, work in progress, in my studio

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2 Responses to Talked out!

  1. Daniel LaRoche says:

    Hello. Mrs Samuel,
    I recently bought your book on the City of Ottawa after my cheerful mentor Eileen Marcil from Québec mentionned to me that you published this very well documented piece of work. I knew about the ship since many years but your book has ressussissated my interest in it. I am working on a book concerning the large subject of maritime archaeology in the province of Québec and wanted to write a section related to the presence in Britain of the remains of this ship originally built in Québec. I have contacted Wessex Archaeology to get more information concerning the remains of the ship itself but after a month, I am still waiting a response to my Email. I was asking for copies of their report and few others in order to better describe the state of the vestiges and the potential for further research. I was wondering if you could help me to get to the right place to obtain the different archaeological reports.
    Daniel LaRoche

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