August Webwatch  
By Duckworks Readers

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If you know of something that would be of interest to our readers, please send me a link - chuck@duckworksmagazine.com

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The annual small boat rendezvous at Sucia Island State Park (in the
San Juan Islands) is taking place this weekend!

Jamie Orr

 
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Dale Austin has updated his website - it documents the building of his 28' sharpie "Pangur Ban"

 
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I have some photos of my weekender on flickr.. It's not quite done yet, but it's more complete than in the photos..

David G

 
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This guy's website is an awesome collection of lighting stuff, including LEDs:

Don Klipstein's Web Site!...

 
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... I've also been getting an industry rag called the "LED Journal" that usually has an interesting article or two. You can get a free subscription.

Tom Hamernik

 
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Hi Chuck

A few months ago I bought plans for the Flapdoodle. Visit my website to see what I have done so far.

David Brinker ADA Dee Bee

 
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Late last year we got ourselves a Canon camcorder - But it ain't water-proof - so I decided to try to do something about it! Pictures, text, et cetera HERE.

Tord Eriksson

 
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PVC and tarp Jonboat

 
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I'm building another boat, a small inboard diesel power tender for my hopefelly-eventual "big boat". I have been blogging about the build so far in Livejournal

Barrett Faneuf

 
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Chuck:

Check it out. Jack London....

 
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.... especially THIS.

Rob Rohde-Szudy

 
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Chuck:

The Light Trow is afloat - Ben rang me on Saturday to say how pleased he was.

Gavin Atkin

 
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The Omer wingsail is the first soft wing sail for the racing and cruising sailor. It is faster, it has better upwind performance and it is easier to handle.

Ben

 
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Chuck:

Did you see the photo essay on the Texas Water Safari shot by Carter Johnson's sister?

Gary Blankenship

 
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Now for something completely different...

 
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Very cool if you have $3500 burning a hole in your pocket...

 

 
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It encompasses so many elements of what I have decided is needed in "My kind
of boat" and it is such an interesting history lesson.

Gene Lueg

 
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A 70 mph electric boat?

 
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On the subject of electric boats, this one just crossed the Atlantic.

 
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Well, this just flat friggin rocks!

ChrisO

 
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I assume you have seen the article that WEST MARINE did on testing commercial radar reflectors in 1995.

Tom Schultz

 
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I'm a writer here in Seattle who recently helped Eric Hvalsoe (a master boatwright) finish a website for his boat shop. I told him that I'd send his new site's address out to a couple places where I thought it might fit.

Tim Yeadon

 
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Bruce Hector has updated his website for his 2007 Messabout. The details are there. If you couldn't attend the Kinston, NY event hopefully we'll see you in
Ontario.

Steve Bosquette

 
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Hi,

I want to share my Flickr photo album with you.

Hope you like it!

--Admiral Dingy

 
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I built a boat. Pictures HERE.

Mack Horton
Melbourne, Australia

 
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motorcycle trip report... done by a boat enthusiast.... some
wonderful pix.

Bruce Armstrong

 
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Hello Chuck,

Thankyou for your work with Duckworks I look forward to each and every issue. For your information, our Association now has its own internet presence and you may wish to make a link to us. - Tony

 
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Don’t know if you remember, but I purchased sails for my OldShoe last year through you folks. Construction is coming along slow, but good. If you are interested, you can visit my website.

Dennis Lancaster

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