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Had a lousy few days

OK here goes. It’s been a while since I last wrote but I’ve been busy all the same. My sculpting activities have been very repetitive and sometimes tedious but I am getting to the end of a stage. 395 more words

Sculpture Project

Clinker "The Way It Is"

I am really happy with this photo… I feel like city girl was lost in a deserted old town as if she has done a time travel into the known town.


Leave is over, well nearly!

I have finished my weeks leave from the Mayflower build and work has commenced nicely on the sailing dinghy which I have called the Avocet.The capping is cut ready to machine, the stern bench seat is set out, patterns made for the breast hook & transom knees and the centre box is fastened into place. 98 more words

Going back up to the North England.

Just one day before going back to the North of England to continue on with the repairs to the Yorkshire Coble. The main part of the next week will be to get the remaining planks back in the boat after doing some work to the frames that caused the damage in the first place. 203 more words

Boat Restoration

Fred Ternan

Fred Ternan is the commissioned researcher for the Clinker Boat from Lough Erne.

I am a retired civil servant and I was born on Inniscoonra Island on Lower Lough Erne. 282 more words

The Fermanagh 100

It's all in the Name

Friends, these red rocks are called scoria in North Dakota, but they are also called clinker.  They are very fragile and break into pieces when dropped or otherwise subjected to blunt force trauma.   35 more words