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Learning Curves 2

Progress, like peace, comes dripping slow.  Running in and out of spring showers to get tarps on everything, I conceded to the weather gage and moved upstairs.  Lighting is much better; windows for daylight, ample incandescents for night work, and my … Continue reading

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Learning Curves 1

For the past couple of weeks, I have been busy building a small wooden canoe.  The prototype is J. Henry Rushton’s 10’6″ Wee Lassie.  Every part of this boat is salvaged wood, the actual planking is from a pallet discarded … Continue reading

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tiny boats

Waking or sleeping, I dream of boats—usually rather small boats… If a man must be obsessed by something, I suppose a boat is as good as anything, perhaps a bit better than most.  A small sailing craft is not only … Continue reading

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