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Tag Archives: Straits of Juan de Fuca
The human brain is a facile machine that can pump out an ocean of ideas. Some are gold, some are dross and fate may have it that some will fade into obscurity. A designer’s legacy is that portion of his … Continue reading
Wood is a superior substance from which mere mortals bring skill to natures finest boatbuilding material. Acolytes of the sacred fiber are poised for the annual pilgrimage to Port Townsend to see boatbuilding elevated to it’s highest state. I have been … Continue reading
A new boat comes to life by degrees. As individual parts come together the construction takes on a form that makes it’s function apparent. It becomes a vessel gradually. A boatbuilding project can take a long time and bring doubts … Continue reading
We are just days away from the Wooden Boat Show in Port Townsend, Washington. I am anticipating a day or two steeped in salty ambiance. The weather forecast is looking like a cloudy but not particularly wet weekend. Hotels are going … Continue reading