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Hi, all,

 

If you can, check out the March/April issue of WoodenBoat at page 89, coming soon to a news stand or mailbox near you.  I'll try to get a picture up later.  Special thanks to Joe Anderson for the photo.  And, as we've said often, Graham designs a heckuva boat.  Proud to be one of his builders.

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Here are the pictures.  I was able to get the CS 17 onto the WoodenBoat "Launchings" page.  They sent me a free copy of the magazine, plus a tearsheet, a WB hat that says "Launchings No 261" (which is the issue number) and a decal that says "A Proud Builder of Wooden Boats." Lots of fun to get all that in the mail.  I had sent in 4 or 5 high res photos and a little description.  Thanks again to all on this forum for advice offered, directly and indirectly (and again to Joe for the picture, taken at the Messabout).

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  • 4 weeks later...

Fighting the winter doldrums:  March is the worst month, for sure.  Aha!  I had an old pedestal compass from the big boat, and some scraps of teak, so a box compass seemed in order.  I removed the Danforth's covers (which had made it impossible to read standing up, anyway), made a hole, fiddled with some rabbets, made a box, and now I have a box compass.  Can't wait for real spring.

 

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Sailing in Lake Michigan off Milwaukee yesterday in the 17.  For those who like to note such things:  7.5 mph on a broad reach, 6.0 wing on wing DDW (above), 5.1 on a close reach.  What a boat.  If only I could learn to take better pix one handed.

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Here we are hove-to for a minute just before heading through the breakwater gap out onto the open lake.  I love the way the boat will just sit there with the mizzen tight and the tiller locked.  It's a great tool.  Walk about the boat and get things organized (well, sort of, in my case), do what needs to be done, then unlock the tiller, bring in the main, and we're off.  It also allows two hands for pictures.

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1 hour ago, Paul356 said:

  If only I could learn to take better pix one handed.

I enjoy and appreciate all the sailing photos and videos.  But the bottom line is that the best ones are taken by someone else.  The hard part is finding the someone else.

I would like some day to get a gps and collect data on TWA / speed and try to draw a polar for my boat.  I can already tell that my previous intuition of what it would look like is really bad.  Those speeds are quite possible

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CarrieB made it to the cover of the new issue of Small Craft Advisor. 

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 We had to play second fiddle to the Scamp, since it's SCA, but nonetheless it's fun to see a CS17 on the cover of this mag.  This was from our trip last September to Rainy Lake in Voyager's Natl Park in Minnesota.  Photo was by John Hippe, proud builder of the Scamp.  We had pulled over in the lee of this island for lunch on a very blustery day, hence the double reef.  Two sailing kayaks were also on the trip, see the link "Sail Camping..."

 

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