Shop belongs to the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton. The boat is the 16-30 decked sailing canoe. First time working with glass, which was a necessary evil for this type of construction (stitch and glue). I have to say I am not all that enamored with this technique (next one will be built differently...).
Which facility?The John Summers facility for the permanently deranged?
The Dan Miller facility for the improvement of fibreglass boats?
Hows the fingers after a Barb Wire Boat?
Resin keeps the mosquitoes down.And up.And decorativly attached.
yer friend in frozen splendor,
The kind of facility that welcomes with open arms those who would try to sail something 30" wide with 90' of sail (in case they got tired trying to push a rope up a hill)
lots of fun listening for the "ping" as it tightens up, I was trying for the key of "C" when it was ready for the goop.
Splendor? Not to be unkind, but remember I've seen your shop in full production. Splenda, maybe. Possibly Nutrasweet.
Dan et all agree, the old 16/30 was originally canvas covered top and bottom; had to flee Clayton when he came at it with cloth and resin. Guess the restoration costs just went WAY down, bonus. Now to make a clamp on hiking board....