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At least it’s not snowing (yet)

We’ll be back to work today, sorting out the final thwart positions, deciding on the position of the supporting beams and fixings. The wood for these parts has been machined but will of course benefit from the efforts of our … Continue reading

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Chris Spotted

Just after Hogmanay phones started ringing on the shores of Seil Sound as recovering residents tried to find out exactly what had just passed their windows. Those of us in the know were able to tell them that the long … Continue reading

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The Next Stage

We’ve reached an interesting stage with our new skiff, having completed the kit and got the nasty work of cleaning the inside and filling seams almost done. This Sunday there’s very little to do apart from some finishing off, pending … Continue reading

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Things to do while it’s raining (apart from sanding the hull)

I’ve pinched this image from a great new blog started by the well-known archivist and historian Iain MacAllister, which you can access here:- http://www.peggybawn.wordpress.com It’s got me thinking that in addition to selecting a colour scheme we need to consider … Continue reading

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