In 1967, the University of Washington gave the Pacific Lutheran University crew team a rowing shell called the Loyal Shoudy. The only catch was the Lutes had to figure out how to get the boat back to their boathouse on American Lake. On a frigid December day, they rowed the boat 43 miles from Seattle to Steilacoom.
In 1967, the University of Washington gave the Pacific Lutheran University crew team a rowing shell called the Loyal Shoudy. The only catch was the Lutes had to figure out how to get the boat back to their boathouse on American Lake. On a frigid December day, they rowed the boat 43 miles from Seattle to Steilacoom. Bill Knight/Cary Tolman Courtesy
In 1967, the University of Washington gave the Pacific Lutheran University crew team a rowing shell called the Loyal Shoudy. The only catch was the Lutes had to figure out how to get the boat back to their boathouse on American Lake. On a frigid December day, they rowed the boat 43 miles from Seattle to Steilacoom. Bill Knight/Cary Tolman Courtesy

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