|Author & long-time glass fishing float collector/researcher,|
|Alan Rammer, author & long-time collector discussing|
floats, I'm sure!
|Alan Rammer's booth.|
|Items found on the beach are exhibited & judged|
each year. These were all found on the Olympic Peninsula.
|Items found on the beach believed to be from the 2011 |
Japanese tsunami are placed on exhibit.
|These items were just a portion of those found on the|
Olympic Peninsula beaches by John Anderson.
|Shannon is giving a little Float 101 to some folks.|
|Floats from John Anderson are entered into the glass fishing|
float category. Pardon the reflection of the overhead lights
on the glass!
|Various floats entered into the glass fishing float category.|
|A Kanji roller from John Anderson's collection & display.|
|A spectacular cobalt blue swirled float from Mike Taylor's collection.|
|Another float from John Anderson's display.|
|That jumbo roller had many folks drooling!|
|"Colonel" Rich Richardson & Walt Pich.|
Both of these collectors have been to Japan many times &
have done a great deal of research for our hobby.
|Several of the collectors managed to be sitting at the same time,|
so I snapped this shot.