War and Piece This is the well credentialed Laura Rozen’s blog. Well reasoned; slightly left.
Also this is a test of the “Press It” feature of WordPress. There’s a button on the toolbar (Firefox) that when pressed when you are at a site you wish to comment on or point out, opens a Write page is WordPress. The result is what you see here. Hmmmm…
This is Sjogin’s woodstove. Manufactured by Navigator Stove Works . These stoves were originally found on small fishing boats and such; it’s been on board for three Winters now.
Sjogin’s lending “library”
Reaching for home
Another beautiful November Saturday. Wind 4 to 6 kts SSE.
Kent sailing by in his Herreshoff (Halsey) Eagle.
Sweep can be seen lashed up under the deck.
Curtis Point to weather.
HTYA (Hove to yet again!)
Here are couple of pics of my sea wife when we were in Brooklin this Summer:
Charlotte and Tendress in the background.
Driving Miss Charlotte
Here are some recent pics…..
One last look at Sjogin after putting her away yesterday. If you’re lucky enough to have a nice boat you find yourself always taking one last look.
Here’s Muriel, our quite large cat. She’s named after L. Francis Herreshoff’s “friend”.
Finally, here we are hove to on the Port tack (when the stove draws well) about a mile south of Swan Point. The bay was fairly empty.
Here are a few photos of the gardens at 219:
Here’s a picture of Jeffrey and David from this Summer. We were out for a sail on Claire, David’s C&C 24.
Let’s see if “Russ” shows up as the Blogger. Jeff just changed the login names. Site work continues.
Figured out how to create seperate pages to house photos and other content. First one is for Beaton’s. Click on that name under the Page header on the right. More to follow….
Ah, with today’s Northwest wind Sjogin‘s stove drew well. Evidence of same below:
One of the Beaton Irregulars launched his 1956 Pacemaker Spearfish today after a 3 week refit. She will be kept in a covered shed in the water up at Johnson Bros. in Bay Head. Bob assumes a Captain Morgan pose next to his 1946 or so Dodge pickup.
Finally here’s a photo of the Herreshoff Columbia model Dinghy that Tom Beaton and I built in the early 80’s. To the left is the Beaton built Flatfish Charlotte, just returned from a Summer of sailing in Brooklin, Maine. In the background is one of the Beaton Sneakboxes, once one of the hot racing classes on Barnegat Bay. They still race, though with reduced numbers.
Another fine Sunday morning at Beaton’s