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Aug 27, 2011 - The Wooden Boat School

We arrived Sunday noon at the eastern end of Eggemoggin Reach near Naskeag Harbor. This would be our home on a mooring for a week as Bill attended classes on building the radio control model International 110 sloop. Our friend from Solomons, Alan Suydam was instructing the model course and had offered to transport Bill's unfinished models home. The Sunday dinner was a chance to meet the staff and instructors. The school had ongoing classes in boat construction (20' trimaran, 16' skiff, spar building), one on lofting, another on seamanship...

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Oct 2, 2007 - Downeast Maine

It was a foggy, cool morning as we left Vermont, crossing over the Green Mountains, into the Conneticut River Valley (Boundary with New Hampshire) and crossed into NH at Lancaster, another old industrial town that once supported mills and a large foundry that made railroad parts and cogs. Now the foundry is the welcome center and the old brick storefronts are occupied by coffee shops and computer services. New Hampshire is only 30 miles accross at this point, and quite rugged as the road passes through the Presidential Range of the White...

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