Roostertail Talk

Episode 6, Columbia Cup Special Part 2: Interview with Vintage Hydroplane Team Manager Don Mock with many extras

August 01, 2019 David Newton Season 1 Episode 6
Roostertail Talk
Episode 6, Columbia Cup Special Part 2: Interview with Vintage Hydroplane Team Manager Don Mock with many extras
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Roostertail Talk
Episode 6, Columbia Cup Special Part 2: Interview with Vintage Hydroplane Team Manager Don Mock with many extras
Aug 01, 2019 Season 1 Episode 6
David Newton

Welcome to the sixth episode of "Roostertail Talk". This is Part 2 of a 2 Part Columbia Cup Special.  In this episode there are many different interviews put together, hopefully giving you a taste of what the Columbia Cup has to offer. While walking the shore of the Columbia River, I met and talked with several die-hard hydroplane fans.  There is also an interview with Mike Denslow, the creator of the "Love the Tri" logo as well as Water Follies Official.  I even talked with Don Mock, the team manager for the 2 vintage Atlas Van Lines hydroplanes.  And of course, I broke down the action on the water at the Columbia Cup, and even made a few predictions for the 2019 Seafair Regatta. Enjoy!

Show Notes

Welcome to the sixth episode of "Roostertail Talk". This is Part 2 of a 2 Part Columbia Cup Special.  In this episode there are many different interviews put together, hopefully giving you a taste of what the Columbia Cup has to offer. While walking the shore of the Columbia River, I met and talked with several die-hard hydroplane fans.  There is also an interview with Mike Denslow, the creator of the "Love the Tri" logo as well as Water Follies Official.  I even talked with Don Mock, the team manager for the 2 vintage Atlas Van Lines hydroplanes.  And of course, I broke down the action on the water at the Columbia Cup, and even made a few predictions for the 2019 Seafair Regatta. Enjoy!

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