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Remote User:
 
Date:
01 Dec 2002
Time:
19:17:16

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Hola tambien me llamo carlos soy de sevilla (españa), esta mañana he visto un reportaje muy interesante en la tele de vuestro viaje por el mississipi. un saludo y ánimo


Remote User:
 
Date:
16 Nov 2002
Time:
16:27:44

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hey it's kool


Remote User:
 
Date:
13 Nov 2002
Time:
05:46:28

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hola ..... soy de colombia y me llamo carlos creo que la lavor que estan llevando a cabo es de admirarse ojala que en mi pais excistieran personas como la flota neutrino que ideara estrategias para descontaminar el planeta sigan adelante que hay personas como yo que los apoyan


Remote User:
 
Date:
29 Oct 2002
Time:
22:59:46

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I live in Morgan city, LA and just stopped by the public dock to see the Yaller{yellow} Boat.....Nice... I sail and would like to go!! who is sailing the Red boat? is it for sale>? [email protected]


Remote User:
 
Date:
19 Oct 2002
Time:
12:16:20

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I flew over the yellow raft yesterday when it was about 80nm south of Cameron, LA. Good Luck! Patrick Niven Helicopter Pilot


Remote User:
 
Date:
16 Oct 2002
Time:
15:59:16

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Reply to Galveston: Your comments are a high compliment to the design and building skills of our new raft's captain, Ed Garry, who is responsible for the beauty and functionality of this new raft. Built from recycled and donated materials, this raft shows that even scrap rafts can look great if the builder is good enough! Thanks for the good wishes. -Capt. Betsy for the Floating Neutrinos


Remote User:
 
Date:
10 Oct 2002
Time:
22:34:58

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Obviously you have inhereted a large sum of $ as the yacht we see in our backyard in Galveston bears little resemblence to the other photos in your site! Happy trails!


Remote User:
 
Date:
30 Jul 2002
Time:
22:29:50

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You have a very interesting site and topic. I will definitely have to read more when I get home (don't want to waste too much time at work. ------------- Keep Lincoln Park Public


Remote User:
 
Date:
17 Jul 2002
Time:
19:54:11

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so why is that the Profund Teacher trashed a decent boat, one that was actually used as a missionary vessel in mystic? enlighten me. damn hippies.


Remote User:
 
Date:
13 Jul 2002
Time:
06:24:59

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I thank you for your most interesting website. I feel as if I have learned so much, grown so much, just by the reading of this site. I am facinated by the concepts of the triad and it's lessons. I believe the "quote, WE are the ones we have been waiting for!" is one of the most beautiful exprssions I have ever heard. I have much more reading to begin to totally grasp the total triads concept, and am eagerly looking forward to learning as much as I can from all of you. The first thing that came to my mind, when hearing the word "triads" was the answer to the second question I learned in church (un-named) as I do NOT either agree with, nor even comprehend, other concepts, they later tried to force upon me, however. What I do remember is Question 1? Who made you? Many answers , many names, choose which appeals to you? And number 2: Why did he make you? The answer which I know in my heart of hearts to be the truth, was "To Know, Love, and Serve him in this world. Perhaps this may be the oldest and truest triad, in all of the world. I salute you all, for the energy, concern and love, that has been presented here on this website. And I look forward to doing whatever I can to help you. I am currently sending a link to this fine site to every one I know, for starters. What's next? Who knows? Thank you all, so very very much! I leave this website a totally different, renewed, revived, more energetic and far, far better person, than i was when i arrived. Thank you...Thank you...Thank you... Ree ([email protected])


Remote User:
 
Date:
12 Jul 2002
Time:
09:28:36

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Hello Neutrinos, I learnt about about U after viewing a segment on the National Geographic Explorer. What U people have done is extraordinary.Crossing an ocean on a raft made out of junk is really something.I admire your sense of adventure. Absolutely stupendous. Keep flying Neutrinos and may the lord be with U. Best of Luck. Rishi,India.


Remote User:
 
Date:
08 Jul 2002
Time:
22:28:48

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The WEb Site is great. What is the status of the Son of Town Hall? Would like to see more detail pictures of this fine craft. Did you guys retire or what? Haven't seen anything new on the web site lately.


Remote User:
 
Date:
28 Jun 2002
Time:
16:36:37

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and as far as ole waynesberry VA is concerned, leaving it by car would be much more efficient - and satisfying.


Remote User:
 
Date:
28 Jun 2002
Time:
16:34:39

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oops. i meant bucksport. but the question remains. the boat had history, you know.


Remote User:
 
Date:
28 Jun 2002
Time:
05:36:20

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so whats the big idea of wrecking and then scuttling the sunbeam out of gulfport? was there some super-eggheaded reason for it or plain ineptitude? please explain yourselves.


Remote User:
 
Date:
19 Jun 2002
Time:
20:06:52

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Hey my name is Moonshine. Right now I am hiking the Appalacian Trail. I am looking to construct a raft to take down the South river (it flows north), about 160 miles from waynesboro VA to Harpers Ferry West VA. I only have a week to build this and very limited supplies. Everyone is saying it cant be done (the river for miles at a time is only about 3in in depth). Anyway I love your web site and I am open to any and ALL ideas/ input. email me at [email protected] thanks again! peace and freedom MOONSHINE AND HER PUP ELK


Remote User:
 
Date:
10 Jun 2002
Time:
05:16:52

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Hello Pappa Ringo is fine. I have lots of stories to tell you about him. He's just a great dog. Have you left for Brazil? Good Luck! Call me as soon as you can. Hello to all. God speed your epic journey. I called the cell but out of order. Jimmy


Remote User:
 
Date:
26 May 2002
Time:
02:05:14

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Hi! I saw the television programme the other day and I sat and cheerd you along over the Atlantic, and when you got over I sat there like a lit candle and was smiling all over. YOU MADE IT!!!!! (The trip AND the raft) BUZZY FROM NORWAY (altso a sailor)


Remote User:
 
Date:
16 May 2002
Time:
01:28:13

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Hey everybody, I think this is such a cool thing, well considering that Rodger Doncaster is my realitive, My uncle I do believe. I think this is such an interesting and amazing sight, well keep it up its awesome. bye


 
Date:
01 May 2002
Time:
20:46:15

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Dear Floating Friends- What an incredibly INTERESTING website! We found you folks today while doing a websearch on the subject of raft construction- and what a find :-)! We'll surely be looking into the doings of the floating neutrinos many times in upcoming days. May all sentient beings have clear sailing and the causes of clear sailing ;-). Warmly, Beth E. Baker Richland Center, WI


 
Date:
Thursday, April 25, 2002

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I would very much like to volunteer, and travel with you, but I'm involved with a project already, that is a race for time; that being, I'm a life member of: www.cafsmw.org (ex-Confederate, now: Commemorative Air Force oral history dept. The CAF began with restoring and flying WW2 aircraft, and in that sense, I interview WW2 vets, whom we are losing due to, primarily, age. When I see a fellow who "looks" as if he might be between 74 and older (I've figured out what the average WW2 vet looks like. If they're not busy, I ask if they were involved in WW2. If they were, I ask if I can interview them, on cassette, and they will receive a free copy in the mail. After the interview, I send the tape(s) to CAF/AAHM Midland Intl Airport P.O.Box 62000 Midland TX 79711-2000... Two copies are made of the original: one sent to vet, or someone involved with WW2, as in a defense plant, etc., and the other is put in their file, in case a child, or historian wants to listen to the interview, in their voice. I've interviewed over 300. Of course, lot of these people refuse to be interviewed. Some reasons: I'm not interested, no time, don't want to start the nightmares over again, etc. I don't nag, I thank them, and go on. I won't go any further here. If you're interested in more: [email protected] So this why I cannot join you. I would love to take a trip with you. Born-again Christian, a year younger than Poppa, non-smoker, non-drinker, non-drug user; just medicine for asthma, which is manageable. I'm in the Rio Grande Valley, also volunteering for www.texasairmuseum.com (in Rio Hondo: Hwy 100 west, north and west on 510 to 1847, north to 106, west to the smal airport on left, across from five homes. Open every day, 0900 to 1600 (9 to 4). I was introduced to your project thru Tony, the fellow who camps in the old Dodge RV. He sometimes comes to Whataburger in the mor-ning. I've gotten long-winded. So long. Bruce Boitz-Furu


Remote User:
 
Date:
29 Mar 2002
Time:
16:27:13

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Dear Neutrinos, Phil Bridle of BBC Three Counties Radio here......have just seen your programme on Sky TV and visited your web-site straight after. Fantastic stuff !! Have added a link to your site on our Out and About programme site and hope to have an item on the show about you sometime. Unlike literal neutrinos that just pass on through with no effect, you guys do cause an impact......maybe we'll call you the Massive Neutrinos !! Very best wishes to you and all the best in all your endevours.


Remote User:
 
Date:
28 Mar 2002
Time:
00:01:57

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Dear Billings Middle School Students: We are very glad you have looked into our site, and appreciate all your comments and questions. We wish you had left us some way to contact you with some answers. If you email us, we will email you back with answers to all of your questions. Also, we have taken your tip to heart and installed a Table of Contents, which you can reach from the link at the bottom of each page, or from the top of the Welcome page.  - Capt. Betsy for the Floating Neutrinos


Remote User:
 
Date:
20 Mar 2002
Time:
04:35:38

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hi! i think that i sent in some comments but i'm not sure if they got into the page anyway, i think there should be more on the animals and what would you do if the boat sank? or if someone was thron over board? and what would it be like to have a dog on board and you need a table of contents and how do i look at yesterday's all of these say 20 but today is the 19th tomorrow is the 20th bye, again i think!


Remote User:
 
Date:
20 Mar 2002
Time:
04:20:12

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i want more information on the animals they were intresting and i would like to find where the page on how you found all the stuff and how you put it together and what you ate and where you got the idea to make the raft and i would like to know how many ideas you tried before you came up with one that worked and what they are because my 6th grade class is going to make a raft and we are going to try to fit all 10 of us on plus our teacher who weighs a little more than 200 pounds that is going to be hard our boat desighn is going to be a reaseurch vessel and i want to know if you tryed that and if it works i can't spell and there are probubly lots of type ohs so anyway, could you have a table of contents at the begining that has all of what is in each page and i'm so sorry that pearl died i have 2 cats and i would be very sad if one of them died i want to know more thanx for listening to me ramble on and on about stuff oh and i might not have seen everything because i just quickly looked through it and this is my first time on the site thanx again bye oh wait i just thought of something what was it? oh yeah make it more intresting for kids like put more pictures i guess you already have alot of them but they aren't very preatty or colorful this comment is kinda long but i really want to know more about the animals that traveled with you and how it was like having a dog roaming around the deck and where did you sleep and what would you have done if the boat had sunk? i'm talking to much aren't i? i'll try to stop now, if i can! oh and i almost forgot isn't it the 19th and marine is in my class at billings wich is the best middle school in the world! oh and what type of boat of rather raft was it that you made and how did you make one section of the boat and then sail it to anether part of the country then move it again? bye!


Remote User:
 
Date:
20 Mar 2002
Time:
04:05:15

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hobo boats are bad especialy ugle ones.


Remote User:
 
Date:
19 Mar 2002
Time:
23:29:17

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this website is cool. but my 6th grade class is doing a boat too. so if you could put in designs too that would be great!!!! so see ya soon, Sincerly, Marine Madesclaire, 6th Grade B in Billings Middle School


Remote User:
 
Date:
12 Mar 2002
Time:
05:35:45

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I watched your story on MSNBC last weekend. I have to tell you it intrigued me. I have lived here in Anchorage, Alaska for almost my entire life(I am 33 now) and I usually am uninterested in any of the programs on TV--especially Real TV--but your story is one I will think about for a long time to come. Hey----Why don't you try and make your way up here. You won't regret it. If you do---my partner works for channel 5 up here and we have many passes onto the famous Kenai Fjords cruises---you would all love it. I think what touch me the most(other than your dogs) about your story was the fact that no one thought you could do it----and you proved them all wrong. E-mail me if you can---my e-mail address is [email protected] luck---keep sailing!!!! Theresa


Remote User:
 
Date:
11 Mar 2002
Time:
12:26:36

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Hi there. I saw your story on nat'l geo. It's great and very interesting. i could live like that, too, but i've had my fill of homeless days and hope they never return to me. i applaud you for the strength and courage to do it. many people see it as something they could only dream about, but they haven't the foggiest as to what it's really like to live without things they're used to having every day. you're lucky if people you approached didn't pull out a gun thinking you're pirates. i'd be scared if something like that approached me on the open water with nothing else around. course, if i'd seen your story, it'd be different. i'd wanta fix you up with a nice meal and good time. i KNOW you've seen some fantastic nature. some people never get out of the city or have their feet on real dirt. you're a great bunch ! best of luck to ya's.


Remote User:
 
Date:
11 Mar 2002
Time:
08:14:52

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I saw you all on msnbc at 4:00am I had just open my eyes so it took a minute for it to set in. It wasn't long before I was wide awake with excitement and curiosity. Since I was kind of out of it,it wasn't hard for me to float along with you and I just wanted to thank you for that adventure I would never have the balls to do it myself but I sure do admire you all and am so gratefull there are people like you in this world.I love your website to because I didn't get enough of you all this morning and now I can get a fix anytime I wish. I just got this computer too so that is a plus to. I feel lucky I got it when I did before I couldn't have let you know how important you are and that you really are heros. Thanks again Kelly


Remote User:
 
Date:
10 Mar 2002
Time:
13:39:51

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I just finished watching MSNBC National Geographic.It absolutely Amazed me on the enthusiasm all your crew have.I would have never thought voyaging by raft was possible for the length of time you have done, or the distances you have all gone. You show all, that dreams come true and nothing can be an obstacle when you finally know what you want. I dream of better scenes in life. And watching this segment on your adventures has given me a renewed perspective on my future dreams.Thank You. [email protected]


Remote User:
 
Date:
10 Mar 2002
Time:
12:19:20

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Saw the story on MSNBC-National Geographic very early on a Sunday. Wow, the Neutrinos bring an entire new meaning to the phrase "just get it done"! I don't care about the humble means that they live by, they not only get it done, they prove what happiness and American freedom are really about. I have been homeless much of my own life, and I only envy them. Too bad for me. I wasted that time at technical school. How funny to see that.


Date:

Saturday, March 09, 2002

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I see that you have deleted my earlier post about the need for eliminating the threat that Satan-Islam poses to the advance of mankind. Your philosophy apparently doesn't have room for free speech or open debate. I am impressed with what a thoroughly and unpleasently useless group of people you are. I saw you "float" through Mystic Connecticut several years ago. Do you recall your craven begging for money, diesel fuel, and supplies to continue your trip? I do. What I saw was an utter and complete lack of self-respect or adult values. What right do non-producing, panhandling, unwashed bums like you have to even enter into a debate about an appropiate response to the Sept. 11 genocide? It's not as if you contribute anything positive or worthwhile to our world. You've done nothing to help build it, why should you have a voice in how best to protect it? You bums opted out of the system long ago, how about you shut your ignorant yaps and stay out. A new paradigm? let's hope not, the Neutrinos are just a collection of losers who don't like to work for a living. What a disaster it would be if more people became like you. To paraphrase your "philosophy"; "...Hey Jimmy, Sally, let's all build a raft! We can use my old man's barn! Wow yeah, that'll be so cool!!..." Grow up you losers. LMAO!


Remote User:
 
Date:
10 Mar 2002
Time:
02:27:59

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am delighted this is happening. finally got to the site. keep going so that I can catch up with you. sailed with deodar in the baltic 1983, motors out, storm -= have been hooked ever since. rush city. will look for you again on the computer but must go to alf in woodstock to write a biography, alf is 97 now so I can't wait on that one. Christie, or [email protected]


Remote User:
 
Date:
14 Feb 2002
Time:
05:20:15

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Hi poppa! It's Bonzo from Mpls., MN Thanks for putting me on the volunteers list. I havn't seen the National Geographic Video; did I make it on the video? Hope so!! and I'll be looking forward to seeing it. Been warm in Mpls. (spring substituting winter) I'll Email soon. God Bless Bonzo


Remote User:
 
Date:
08 Feb 2002
Time:
22:16:36

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Ed, your boat is really starting to look good!


Remote User:
 
Date:
05 Feb 2002
Time:
23:37:23

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boring!!!!!!!!!!!!


Remote User:
 
Date:
04 Jan 2002
Time:
18:20:44

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Hi everyone, This is Ann Marie from Minneapolis, I was the gal that rode her bike down to visit you and gave Ed 2 medals for your journey. Good to read about you and everything looks like it is going well. Take Care and prayers are with you, Ann Marie


Remote User:
 
Date:
03 Jan 2002
Time:
21:32:27

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Hi folks, don't know if you have been in Charleston recently, but Sunbeam has sunk at her anchorage on the Stono river. Her bow and wheelhouse are sticking out of the water, but not much else. A concerned ex sailor


Remote User:
 
Date:
03 Jan 2002
Time:
16:15:35

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Fair winds and calm seas... Praying for you all brothers.


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