Triloboat T16 build

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  • 10 Jun 2019 17:50
    Reply # 7570580 on 7274265

    Looking good, Andrew.

    Keep it up! We have to make the most of the long daylight hours and warm(ish) weather.


  • 05 Jun 2019 02:53
    Reply # 7556353 on 7274265

    After a bit of a break for opening the house for the summer, I got back to boat building.

    Last modified: 05 Jun 2019 02:56 | Anonymous member
  • 02 May 2019 14:49
    Reply # 7316425 on 7274265

    First bow nailer done. Can never have enough clamps!

    Last modified: 02 May 2019 14:50 | Anonymous member
  • 29 Apr 2019 03:09
    Reply # 7308238 on 7274265

    New blog post

    I have my sides laid out and aft/forward ends cut away.

    I also needed some practice nailing, as it has been 20 years since I have attempted to nail anything.

    Last modified: 29 Apr 2019 03:17 | Anonymous member
  • 28 Apr 2019 02:52
    Reply # 7306969 on 7274265

    I'm flattered that you should have enjoyed my book so much.   I understand just what you mean about getting rid of books.  It's something I am going to have to do.  Some of my favourites are available as ebooks, but it's not really the same thing.

    Anyway, I shall now be getting your latest blogs in my Inbox, which will be a little more inspiriting than the latest from Avaaz,, etc.

  • 26 Apr 2019 17:38
    Reply # 7305447 on 7304848
    ... a Followers button ...

    I didn't know there was such a thing. Figured out how to add it.

    As a side note, I own and have read through several times, your Voyaging on a Small Income book. It's always wild getting to talk to a favorite author. Your the 3rd such author I have interacted with now. You and Jacqueline Carey both have books on my bookshelf, that survived the great purge (went down from 5 full book shelves down to 1). Jacqueline ended up moving to a small town 30 miles from my home and came to a local book-store showcasing local authors.  And then there is Dave Zeiger, who is an ?upcoming? author, who's book will be on that bookshelf the day he finally gets around to publishing it (and I finish devouring it.)

  • 26 Apr 2019 08:38
    Reply # 7304848 on 7299532
    Andrew wrote:Wondering if people would want a post each time I add a post to my blog? ... Anyways, here is the related post.

    Andrew, I should love to follow your blog. It's heartening to know there are some other crazy people out there! My Firefox is set up with all sorts of antispam/antispy devices, which maybe why I don't see a Followers button on your blogspot.  If you set one up, we can sign on to receive new posts.  However, what I do is to simply mention on my thread (I'm building SibLim) that there's a new post on my blog, with a link like you used.  I Usually attach a photo, too, which is probably sufficient for most people.  Anyone who is really interested but, for whatever reason doesn't want to be a 'follower', can then click on the link and catch up.

    I love this underground community of scows/barges/flatties of various shapes and forms!

  • 26 Apr 2019 04:47
    Reply # 7304716 on 7274265

    Yes I would like to follow your blog.

  • 26 Apr 2019 03:54
    Reply # 7304684 on 7274265

    Love that! That's a great model – can't wait to see when you have the sail up on it. Dave Z. is going to have a treat when he gets back to regular Internet access again.

    I vote for letting us know on this thread when you put up new posts – great to see how it's coming along.


  • 25 Apr 2019 13:20
    Reply # 7303282 on 7274265

    Pictures of the almost done model can be seen here.

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