by Penny Talbot It feels odd interviewing someone I have known almost all my life, but my conscience and better judgement tells me I should probably refrain from writing about my dear friends and fellow boaters Cam and Kim Kemp, without at least attempting to get their side of the story. 1) Cam / Kim – can you tell us about how and why you started out with boating, and what precipitated your move from a large fast power boat ( their first boat, I might add) to a larger, slower, and much more stable trawler? ), our first power boating experience was chartering a Bayliner and heading up the BC coast with a group of “long time boater” friends in their boats.
Although we have known each other for a long time, it is just in the past six or seven??? years that they have become part of the boating community and we have been able to share on-the-water ( and near death) experiences with them. We enjoyed both the social aspect of boating, as well as the challenge of it.
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