- February - March
- April - May
If you know of something that would be of interest
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I'm not sure
is, but it was suggested on the Duckworks forum
by JJ Dobrikin. Be sure to look at the Flyer.
It's in German but has good pictures.
Dillahunty runs the Craft a Craft blog
and has a great bunch of photos
of a completed Origami
came across the US Coast Guard's downloadable
audio files of VHF mayday and pan-pan calls
and put the clips into iMovie/QuickTime and
created transcripts of each call using subtitles
(a lot of work!). One of the calls is truly
frightening. Another was used as evidence
in a felony indictment (false distress call)
that lead to jailtime. These recordings strike
me as instructive.
probably got this site
from Duckworks, but on the off chance I didn't,
here's a guy building a Walkabout,
just launched as a matter of fact...
while browing you Duckworks website update today,
I saw the link for carbon fiber sleeving. Here's
a source I've used; I think the variety
is greater and the pricing a little better.
Wagenvoort seems to have made short work
popping his Piccup
Pram up onto the top of the car. I expect
what it will do is not make life easier for
most, but rather encourage the development of
even heavier "cartoppers"...
... also this
for inclusion consideration in the webwatch...
... and one
more for the webwatch? This
from Holland, includes build pix of Ian Outred
Here is a page
showing the restoration of my dory, and near
the end it shows how I modified the HF trailer.
have a look
When I was in
the navy we had a time or three with some typhoons
and other rough seas, but look at this video
at about the 1:00 minute mark - I never saw
the passageways move around like that!
-- I had a great time at Magnolia Beach!
Here are the pictures
from this year...
Also the initial
for next year is up -- there may be some changes
along the way, but this is the basic idea of
what we plan to do:
Take a look
guys, There must be MORE of us out there,
Chief Redelk, Many Nations
is very thorough, an excellent build IMHO. When
he makes mistakes he tells you about them, etc.
Tony. NE UK
I thought this
on a short flatner might interest you...
... Also this
on the value of old boats as static museum pieces...
... and I have
to say that Ben Crawshaw's Invisible
Workshop weblog is worth a smile at almost
John and Louis
have logged almost two thousand miles on the
River so far. They have posted several
videos of their trip down the river so far
along with a map of the Mississippi River showing
gets going again
I have some
of my weekender on flickr.. It's not quite done
yet, and it's more done than in the photos..
For now, here is the link to the photos that
I do have.