|1969||Sandomierz, Poland: attempt to built replica of Thor Heyerdal's papyrus reed boat "Ra"; not very successful: not big enough supply of papyrus substitute in a local pond|
|1970||first folding kayak (double, Polish made "Neptun")|
high shool years in Sandomierz, member of water scout troop
|1974||moved to Warsaw|
many kayaking expeditions mostly with my brother Piotr, thousands of
kilometers down and up rivers and across lakes, many kilometers of land portages, some
favorite rivers: Czarna Hancza, Biebrza, Narew, Brda, Wda, Zbrzyca, Drawa, Drweca,
Wel, Dunajec, San; another "Neptun" folding kayak|
Baltic Sea sailing on s/y "Konstanty Maciejewicz" and s/y "Mokotow" from sailing clubs in Warsaw, and on different yachts from Trzebiez Sailing School
|1989||moved from Poland to Colorado far away from sea water|
|Feathercraft folding kayak K-1 expedition - paddling trips to many mountain lakes in Colorado and Wyoming. Horsetooth Reservoir is my main destination for day paddling.|
Wayfarer dinghy, W-3972 - entry to trailer sailing|
Patuxent 19.5 - building a stitch-and-glue kayak from the Chesapeake Light Craft kit
s/y "Zew Morza" (Call of the Sea) on the Baltic Sea, summer 1981. This yacht rests now on the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea. 4x5" Polaroid image transfer from 35 mm slide by Marek Uliasz, 1997.
More Polaroid transfers in LightScapes Gallery.
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