Seascout-Net Mail Archive for September of 1999: Re: Midnight Log
Re: Midnight Log
Bruce Chr. Johnson
Mon, 20 Sep 1999 20:38:15 -0400
Dear Commander Skulker:
I think your observation about log writing in the Sea Scout Manual is
pretty much dead on. Although it's too late to make any changes for this
printing, I would welcome some draft verbiage (and preferably NOT from Ol'
Alphonse) that I could try to work into future printings.
Co-editor, Sea Scout Manual
At 09:51 AM 9/19/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I would suggest that before this poetic effort is undertaken that
>someone set out the rules ( if there are any) and make them very clear.
>This was not done very well last year ( I wrote them). It appears there
>was some difference of opinion as to what a log is supposed to be or not
>to be, if that is the question. My tardy look at the Sea Scout Manual
>exposed my problem in that log writing in the manual is pretty much left
>up to the creativity of the individual. No wonder Ole Alphonse had to
>lock our poets in the bilge on bread and water to get that tome. Good
>Luck! and lets see some great creations or whatever!
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