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I’ve gotten used to not having much snow about. When you get it hanging around for a week or so it makes you nostalgic for Spring. I see the canoe on it’s saw horses with a blanket of white and … Continue reading
Building a boat, even a small one, can be a large undertaking. Everything being relative, the size of my budget demands a minuscule boat. I remain in an extended period of constructive daydreaming. My hands, however, want to be actively … Continue reading
Several Weeks ago I commented on a very well done model of a Cape Cod Catboat that is the subject of a thread on WoodenBoat Magazine’s Forum. Donald Branscom has continued to build a miniature vessel with skill and resourcefulness … Continue reading
I first became interested in boats, sailing vessels in particular, when I saw my first ship models. They were in display cases in the Cabrillo Beach museum in San Pedro, Ca. I was awed by the web of rigging on … Continue reading