Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Saturday, December 26, 2015
|Measure, mark length and trim. It pays to leave the pieces a little over length until you are in the last stages of finishing. The saw is a Japanese Razor saw from Duckworks, I'd be lost without it.|
Friday, December 25, 2015
Advertising, this blog is running at about 10K page views a month, thats astonishingly good, thanks all who are interested enough to come and read. But its attracting increasing numbers of people posting advertising, anyone wishing to do that should first contact me so I can vet for appropriate content and work out what its worth, or I'll pounce on each post with the delete button.
Too many, or off subject ads are a distraction that we don't have to put up with.
Me? I'll be bathing the dog, he found some interesting things to roll in while we were out for a walk yesterday, then I'll be using my new sawbench to make the boom and yard for SEI. I want to be out sailing her very soon and will report as I get on with that project.
So all the best from summertime in NZ, its a near perfect morning here with the temp at about 20 deg C and rising, perfectly calm and clear weather and its looking like a perfect day.
Trekkies will know this one "Live long and prosper".
Thursday, December 10, 2015
One more thing, Marcus has a junk rigged, cabin version of a Portland Pudgy sailing lifeboat for sale, I should have pics in a few days ( reminder to Marcus, hear that Marcus!). If anyones interested in a cheap but very interesting mini mini cruiser give me a shout. She's in Whangarei New Zealand.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
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Monday, December 7, 2015
As I write she's about to be launched for test sailing her gaff ketch rig tried for balance and her many systems tested.
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