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Welcome to our website. We
specialize in one of a kind vintage collectables and other items. We have a
special sale on today where you can purchase any item at the listed price and
request up to One more item up to that price for free! As an example if you
purchase any item for $50 you can include one more item up to $50 for free!
Purchase the item you wish and pay
on the paypal link. Then send an email to me at Ron@NorthTreasure.com
and let me know which single free item you wish. And I will include the free
item with your order.
(We are listing them here
and we are working on page for each book giving you more details. Over
time links will appear but we thought listing the books first is the best
way of getting the information to you!) The content of these books is
absolutely exceptional and they show how marine knowledge was shared prior
to computers. By simply picking up a book and finding a comfortable place
to read it you could establish an expert level of knowledge on topics like
seamanship, navigation, ship handling, engineering, emergency procedures
etc etc. As a retired Naval Officer I encountered books like these and
computers and I must stay that the books were superior. If you are
interested in any of these books just let me know and I will construct the
detail page for that book so that you can better understand it's content
and condition. You can e-mail here at email@example.com
Here is a picture of me
when I was young and skinny and had no grey hair! This is why I have a
website to help support our Navy history. When you take your ship to sea
there is great adventure and excitement. When you are on a warship in
the cold war things sometimes got a bit tense. But it sure was fun! And
seeing the Canadian flag on the stern was a great source of pride. The
crew worked as a team to solve any problem from rough seas to breakdowns
to exercises and operational cruises with a full war load of ammo.
Canada has the longest coastline in the world and we need a strong Navy
which ships and crew to do the job. But in the last 12 years not one
replacement Navy ship has been launched and we now have a Navy with no
supply ships and half the ships they had are no longer operational.
And here is one more
point about seamanship. I learned a lot about that in the Royal
Canadian Navy. When I wrote my Canadian Boater's card test I got 100% on
the exam. But I can tell you that if you study say Vol II of the
Admiralty Manual of Seamanship you will learn more about seamanship than
any study for our Boater's card. The card is a good idea but the
standards and information required to be a good sailor in our Navy are
much much higher. I suggest to any person considering operating
vessels of any size on rivers, lakes and oceans to also consider
reviewing the information on naval seamanship that has developed over
hundreds of years.
One of my favorite songs is the
Bryan Adams Ric A Dam Doo song sang by the wives of Canada's PPCLI and
it gives you an insight into the Canadian Military. Watch
the video here. Thanks Bryan!