To: WoodenBoat Devotees
Focusing-in on the kid in you, we have just the thing for fulfulling your Arthur Ransome "Death and Glory" boys wishes: a new Jolly Roger. Measures 12" x 18", and shows on both sides because of the acid-dye process. And, if you are getting that for the kiddos, why not splurge and get'em this: American Sailing Ships coloring book. Not only are the drawings first rate, the price is $3.95. Yes, three ninety five.
Have you seen our ads for the digital subscription to WoodenBoat but not quite dipped your toes in that pool? Test-drive it by clicking the WoodenBoat Sampler, and you'll see just how the issue works on-line. The issue featured has that oh-so nifty houseboat on the the cover, so you may find yourself thinking about some new digs. Also featured in that issue is the book Shantyboat, which might be a good place to start if you too have daydreamed about a houseboat.
And, if you've been a fan of Maynard Bray's "Save a Classic" on the last page of WoodenBoat, you may have wondered what's become of the boats... did they indeed get saved? Yes, we have a link for you: Where are They Now? is an update on the featured boats. It's an alpha listing, but you can search by keyword. Click on the photo to get a big, detailed image.
-Scot & Crew
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