August 5, 2015To: WoodenBoat Devotees
What went live on Monday? The latest issue of Small Boats Monthly, our on-line publication, which this month features a wood and canvas EM White canoe, a Saajuu 470, a "stump-to-ship" or more accurately "stump-to-dory" feature, a customized reader-built Calendonia, as well as product reviews and how to steam-clean your epoxified C-clamps. Plus a slick way of speed-attaching those C-clamps to your work. If you haven't signed-up yet, there's a "Subscribe" tab on the homepage. They think of everything.
If you're not quite the demon sailor you've been meaning to become, there's a book just for the catboat folks. It might be your ticket to bragging rights, if not medals and ticker tape parades. The Competitive Cat should be on your "next read" list.
I have (yet again) been remiss. The newest Getting Started #52 featuring the artwork of Jan Adkins (Moving Heavy Things, and Workboats, amongst other titles) is now available as a PDF for your downloading pleasure. Click InBoard Power Primer .
If you didn't make it to the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta this past weekend, you can see some photos (and a short video on post #28) from the boatbuilding Bauers, posted on our WoodenBoat Forum.
And lastly, this coming weekend has many boaty events, and at least three boat shows of wooden glory: Door County (WI), as well as Les Cheneaux Islands Antique Wooden Boat Show (MI), and the 39th Alton Bay Boat Show (NH). I'll bet they'd be happy to see you there.
-Scot & Crew
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