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Ships, water, light and magic.

I finally got my act together. Late this afternoon I renewed my annual membership in the Maritime Museum of San Diego.


Perhaps it’s that deep feeling of living inside history. 81 more words

Tall turnout for tall ships

Several thousand people are estimated to have attended the Port of Saint John’s Festival of Sail throughout the weekend, numbers organizers and the city are thrilled about. 275 more words


St. Andrews, NB: Tall Ships, Taller Tales

In early August we were able to sneak away for a last minute getaway to St. Andrews By-The-Sea.  If you didn’t catch the first post about our getaway, be sure to… 1,365 more words


Exploring the Festival of Sail

Though time machines don’t exist (yet), my dad and I managed to travel back in time this afternoon to a time of pirates where tall ships openely roamed the seas. 664 more words

Lodging knees update ....

Two knees ready for priming and painting. These knees have had the unsound timber removed and hardwood pieces doweled and glued in place. It would appear that the centre triangular timber is all that remains of the original knee. 109 more words

Alma Doepel

On the Tall Ship trail to Digby

A favourite walk of mine follows the old railway bed along the water’s edge, from Smith’s Cove to Digby. Over the course of twelve months, John and I have hiked the trail a number of times and witnessed the changing seasons in all their glory. 744 more words

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