It has been far too long (we do I always find myself starting this way? SIGH) since we here at Chine bLog highlighted the great posts others have offered the world regarding wooden / traditional boats. Yes,believe it or not,Chine bLog is NOT the only source. Really. It’s true. If you haven’t discovered [...]
Gavin over at intheboatshed pointed us to The Invisible Workshop,a nice blog run by a Brit living in Catalonia,Spain. The author,Ben,built a boat,ONAWIND BLUE,to Gavin’s Light Trow design. Ben seems to camp-cruise the boat around the Western Mediterranean. We are eager to understand how he has formed this [...]
Courtesy of Gavin over at intheboatshed and his recent discovery of YouTube [ ;^) ],we now see that Ted at Dovetails has posted a nice video of his Friendship Sloop sailing in a brisk Westerly off mid-coast Maine. The page includes some nice profile drawings and photos as well –its a heck of [...]
Our friend Gavin at intheboatshed highlighted a beautiful Iain Oughtred sailing canoe today. Definitely worth a look.
Gavin at intheboatshed.net found this set of camp-cruisers. Gavin writes:
Take a look at these photos –I can’t imagine how anyone could look at them without feeling inspired.
Done. I’m inspired. This is a good find –follow Gavin’s lead here.
So I was merrily flipping through the latest issue of WoodenBoat recently when I turned the page and was greeted by an article entitled “Boat Blogs.”Great,I thought,glad to see they are covering this…but what are the chances…Well,lo and behold,they we are –Chine bLog making the pages of [...]
In browsing my web stats tonight I discovered a new referrer that peaked my interest:intheboatshed.net. “Hmm –what could that be?”I thought and promptly checked it out. And,lo,I came upon the mother of all wooden boat blogs I have had the pleasure to run across. If you like this blog,you [...]