Here are most of the other pictures I took at the Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival.
New reader Alton Stone recently left a comment on one of my posts about Delaware Duckers. He was interested in upgrading his rig and was nice enough to respond to my info with some pictures (included here) and color commentary. If anyone can help him,please drop a comment and I will make sure he [...]
And so,like all good things,another set of sessions with Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Apprentice for a Day program has ended. And what a way to go –sailing a Delaware Ducker,the sister of the one on which I have been working. We got two little sails in,with some fine tuning of [...]
I was able to get out to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum for another round of its Apprentice for a Day program. The highlight of the day was launching the other Delaware Ducker (then one not being built in the program) and getting out for a little row in her. Here is a short video [...]
I got out to to Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Apprentice for a Day program again this past weekend and had another great day. First of all,the Delaware Ducker has a full combing,the beginnings of a paint-job,and a cleaned up false-stem. She is looking lovely.
For work,I got to finish my [...]
For Christmas this year,Mrs. Chine bLog again gave me a four-pack of days apprenticing with Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Apprentice for a Day program. You may recall my very happy time doing this last year. This is SUCH a sweet deal. For $25 ($15 if you do the right thing and join the [...]