I’ve been playing a fair amount of hooky from the shop recently and these videos will stand as my excuse. Friendship and several of her adornments are LJ projects so I guess although sailing isn’t a woodworking topic I can sneak them in as ”how the project works” videos.
These were taken yesterday on beautiful Cowichan Bay BC upon whose shores I have the great good fortune to live. There was a 10 to 15 Kn breeze along with a few whitecaps and beautiful sunny skies. It’s hard to work in the shop on a day like that. Friendship was happy to sail herself with the help of a bit of line and bungee cord so I took the time to shoot these for the sailors in the crowd here. Joe lyddon had asked for some interior shots so I did an interior one as well. She’s all set up for a cruise I’ll be taking in another week so excuse the rolled up bedding etc… :-)
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-- Paul M ..............If God wanted us to have fiberglass boats he would have given us fibreglass trees. http://thecanadianschooloffrenchmarquetry.com/