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Seven Ways To Help Saving The Delta Queen

Posted 08-31-2008 at 04:27 AM by Franz Neumeier
The Save the Delta Queen has published a new guide on how supports can effectively help saving the Delta Queen. Most important at this time: Contacting the U.S. Senators. But there are more things to do.

Check the new posting "Seven Ways You Can Help Us Save the Delta Queen" at Save the steamboat Delta Queen | a private initiative to support this historic landmark for all details about how you can help saving the Delta Queen. The Campaign leaders say it's important to act right now,...
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Open Letter to the US Congress: Come July 4th, just what are we celebrating?

Posted 08-30-2008 at 03:04 AM by Franz Neumeier
Come July 4th, just what are we celebrating?

Charles Greene, member of the famous Greene river family that once owned the Delta Queen and many other packet boats on the Ohio and Mississippi River system has sent an open letter to the US Congress, asking for urgent action regarding an exemption for the Delta Queen. Here is what Charles Greene wrote:

Dear Members of Congress,

My name is Charles Greene. My dad, Robert Greene, was ferried off to his WWII...
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Delta Queen and Anderson Ferry Boone No. 7

Posted 08-26-2008 at 09:10 PM by Franz Neumeier
As we were chasing the Delta Queen today after she left Cincinnati we were waiting for her at the Anderson Ferry just a few miles downriver from Cincinnati. I'm sure most of you are familiar with Anderson Ferry as they operate another National Historic Landmark, the BOONE NO. 7 paddlewheel ferry from 1935.
Here is a shot of the BOONE NO. 7 with the Delta Queen coming up.
I'll post more pictures of the BOONE soon, but for now enjoy this picture - the old ferry boat is freshly painted...
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The Big Boat, the Small Boat and the Pelican

Posted 08-20-2008 at 10:40 PM by Franz Neumeier
Just back from a wonderful 2-day cruise on the Twilight from LeClaire to Dubuque and back I'd just like to share two pictures with you: One shows the mighty American Queen with the tiny riverboat Twilight on front of her at the riverfront of Dubuque, IA, this morning when the AQ came in early (was scheduled for noon, arrived probably at 7 am or earlier). It took her quite a while to dock as the Twilight and the Celebration Belle both were there not leaving much space for the AQ.

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It All Boils Down to This: Week of August 10-16 and Beyond

Posted 08-18-2008 at 12:53 AM by Jon Tschiggfrie
There is a very real sense of loss that tends to accompany the completion of a personal journey and the subsequent retrospection. Maybe the loss is better described as an inward perception of uselessness or stagnation, rather than regret or grief. But in many ways they feel the same. It is my solemn yet heartrending duty to announce that what you see before you is the last in this blog, “Notes” From the Road. As I will assume that you know, dear reader, I have been spending this summer “traveling...
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