Kalakala’s Walk Across America

 

“Kalakala’s Walk of HOPE”-from Silence to Glory

                          by  Steve Rodrigues

President,  Kalakala Alliance Foundation

You can follow Steve’s daily walk of where he is and how he is doing across a 1,000 miles within cities and places in America.  The stories will be used to create the final script for the documentary film and book about the Kalakala. 

“Kalakala’s Walk of HOPE”, from Silence to Glory is the title of a documentary film and book of a work in progress starting today and scheduled to be completed and released by July 3, 2011.  Go here to read the entire daily stories http://www.examiner.com/x-27511-Seattle-Puget-Sound-Ferries-Examiner

The daily stories will be used to write the script for the documentary film of Seattle’s most significant Great Depression, WWII, and Art Deco impacts related to the Kalakala and the City of Seattle as the “World’s First Streamline Ferry”!

Steve is walking across America in Hopes of visiting President Obama, U.S. Interior Secreatry Salazar and Director Jarvis on May 27, 2010 to nominate the Kalakala as a National Landmark.  Please go to the Petition http://gopetition.com/online/34029.html and help us to save our “World’s first Streamline Ferry”!!:)

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5 responses to “Kalakala’s Walk Across America

  1. SAVE the KALAKALA!
    Good Luck and have a safe trip.
    From your good friends here in Olympia.

  2. mike walsh

    I’m confused, I thought this fine ship was sent to the ship breakers in Mexico by the Port of Tacoma a couple years back. Well I’m pleased to see its still afloat. Keep up the good work.

  3. João Dourado Santos

    Please people , go and check «popular mechanics » December 1941,pages 34 on. It´s easy, just clic books at the google page and follow from there! this ship will be saved for sure!!

    • Mr. Santos, Please allow me to thank you very much! I will go to the link tonight. And, it will help us assemble more tangible evidences of our national treasures hidden in the Kalakala today. Her story is iconic and legendary. I want to ask you to keep posted to our website and look for a link that will be posting our work in progress video of Kalakala, ship of wonders. Thanks again. Steve Rodrigues. email:olympicforum2000@usa.net. It would be nice if you could send the link to your 1941 Popular Mechanics link to me via email if possible to keep it into our records under your name and contributions.

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