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Seeking contact information for Karl with whom I last corresponded in 1996 about my research on the vessel CHALEUR.

I saw a post on here mentioning his web site, but haven't been able to find it on the web, excepting a sort of memorial site.

 

Thanks for any leads you can provide, including passing along my email to Karl directly: windships@earthlink.net

 

Randy

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Thank you Thomas!

 

I just also heard from "Pat" who is a neighbor of Karl's.

Very good to know that Karl is still active.

 

My questions are re: a 1996 exchange Karl and I had about the vessel CHALEUR (1763-1768), about which I am now near to completing a book.

 

All best,

 

Randy Biddle

windships@earthlink.net

 

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I did a couple of searches with that thought in mind, just in case.  I didn't see anything like that when I Googled for him, Druxey.  There's nothing on his webpage that mentions it either.

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Hi all,  I have passed contact details - all sorted :)

 

Hi Druxey - Karl is still active (he is 90 now) with his memory in good order but his health slowly failing him.

 

cheers

 

Pat

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Friends, I am new to this forum, and not yet a good navigator of the site.

 

I want to thank everyone who replied to my query, but don't know how to do that.

God willing Karl is in good enough health that I will soon hear from him personally.

 

Again, I much appreciate the kind responses and guidance from you.

 

Randy

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Hello to all,

 

haven´t been on that area of the web lately, so thanks Mark for the message.

 

Karl is luckily still alive, and good mind as previously stated. Just with all the smaller and bigger problems that come with that age and that make things slower. He still is working and sometimes - with bigger breaks - even taking part in our german forum. 

 

@Randy - Do contact Kay, he could possibly tell you the best way how to contact him.

https://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/profile/5322-kay/

 

Cheers, Daniel

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