Bainbridge Island: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxeIQ-aRH270RnZGbnFrOERaS3c
Here it is on YouTube: https://youtu.be/7ThyWOEpiB8
Also, here’s the interview Reed and Helen did, which was published July 21: http://bestofbcb.org/cafe-045-
Helen Jaccard talks about the Golden Rule at Traditions Cafe in Olympia by Dennis Mills
January 27, 2015: Humboldt TV news interview on the Golden Rule
(Note – click in the middle of an enlarged photo to see the whole picture)
Thanks to Steve Scalmanini for taking these photos from Golden Rule when we sailed along Norman deVall’s boat in San Francisco Bay!
June 20, 2015: Golden Rule Triumphantly Slides into Humboldt Bay!
Fredy had the vision to imagine educating hundreds of thousands of people about nuclear weapons and nuclear power, war and militarism, and environmental issues. He helped many others become involved with the project. Brian Willson is a well known author and activist who lost his legs when a munitions train ran over him during a protest.
Shigeko Sasamori is a Hiroshima survivor who, with 23 other "Hiroshima Maidens" was hosted by Quaker families when in New York for reconstructive surgery. They give a message about nuclear bombs: NEVER AGAIN
Baggie wrinkle keeps the lines from damaging the sails and Gail has become and expert both at making them and recruiting others to help!
Below are the photos we have been able to gather of the Golden Rule and her original crew from the 1950s and 1960s. If you have additional historical photos of the Golden Rule we could add to the gallery, please let us know.
Since the summer of 2010, the Golden Rule Project has been hard at work restoring the Golden Rule to her former glory. This gallery gives a brief overview of the progress so far.