Find all the ukeleles you want all on one web page!
Follow all the ukelele links!
Marvel at the ugliness that netscape's font mark-up will allow!
The best of these is The Hawaii Ukulele Guide from Maui, Hawaii
Unless, of course, you didn't want ukeleles - perhaps you were searching for a page on Paolo Ucello, the Renaissance artist?
|This is the pirate Uccello page, acting like a siren to lure you from the safe waters of proper uccello pages, like the one James Hurst has, onto the rocky shores of ukelele-dom.|
I've come across some weird happenings on the net, but this one really proved to me that nothing is too bizarre to be on the internet. About two years after I put this page up as a joke on my friend James Hurst and his page on Paolo Uccello, I got this email from Paul Uccello:
I was quite surprised to find this site as the title is a name I acquired many years ago by associates and finally by many who sail along the Atlantic coast of the United States.
After I left the U.S. Coast Guard, where I commanded a coastal patrol boat, in the early 1980's, I started a quick response marine salvage company on the Connecticut coast, the State where I was born and raised.
I soon became known as a rouge salvor, responding to distressed vessels, saving them from their fate, then claiming salvage awards for these risky deeds at sea.
In time I became quite successful in this endeavor, negotiating with marine insurance carriers for ever larger monetary awards. I soon became know as a modern day, first world pirate.
You and your "mates" may be interested in visiting my site. Do so and write back.
Paul "Pirate" Uccello
Old Saybrook, Connecticut, U.S.A.