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Rafael is a
thirteen-and-a-half foot long by six foot beam
sailing dinghy to John Welsford's "Houdini"
design. I've posted some
We are pretty
excited about new OZ PDRacers being built at
This is my blog
with the text and basic pics about PDR#118...
... and here
flickr page with dozens of pictures from
Here is a link
to a photo journal of a fellow who built Bolger's
Spartina. Really nicely done.
I have had this
video of Bruce Hector giving an interview to
a newsperson for the evening news for a year
or two, so I posted it to YouTube.
of a dolphin swimming directly underneath my
I have hoisted
sails on my Sweet
Pea. Lots to learn but all seems to work.
So in next few weeks need to figure out how
to get out of my yard.
Cheers, Simon Hull
is sort of a follow-up to Captain Ron's wonderful
on-board cooking article, "Little
Boat: Big Yummie". Call this one "No
boat: bigger yummie", I guess. It illustrates
in simple terms the principles involved in solid
fuel ovens. (Incidentally, Max W. is a master
with a dutch oven and and empty 25 gallon grease
drum.) - Rob Rohde-Szudy
the Welsford builders forum by Leo Hill: Peter
Gron's Arctic Tern project
website. Proceed with care - there is some
real workmanship here.
took part in the Watertribe Cedar Key point
series and sent this link
to a Watertribe photo album.
You could call
this a Tolman project blog.
Obsession, compulsion, sickness, affliction
all those words work too.
the nom de plume "Rational Root" has
begun a Glen-L
14 blog. So far there is some excellent
info on tools and their use.
This is SOOOO incredible, I think it would be
worth having someone (who is able to) translate
this and pop it up on DW. What do you think???
I would have thought it was a joke without the
pix. In fact even WITH the pix it's a huge joke--
but incredible, yah???? - Mike Connelly
It's pretty amazing, Mike.
Here is a link to a Google
translation, which is better than nothing