Month: July 2016

Dream Boating

July 25, 2016   Hours spent building to date:  2,722 I’ve been plugging away sanding and shaping on the hull trim, which, again, does not lend itself to pictures.  But I put a nice caprail on the cockpit combings using Mark’s design, and slapped on a coat of wood conditioner to give an indication of what the rest

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July 17, 2016  Hours spent building to date:  2,697 Work on the Tardis has been severely restricted by building three kayak kits and four solid days of boatbuilding at the Connecticut River Museum Boatbuilding Workshop.  But it was fun as usual, and this year’s boat, the Cappy 15 kayak, is a real winner.   I hope I can

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Head and Fridge Are In

July 4, 2016  Hours spent building to date:  2,677 All engineers who design marine toilet mounting systems should have to PERSONALLY install at least three heads in a box that is 24 inches wide, 42 inches deep and 60 inches high with the bowl shoved against a flat wall– the typical space real people have

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