Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Peterborough Restoration



Peterborough Resoration 033, originally uploaded by creativelenna.
I have been just a little bit under the weather with a small cold and so I have not gotten out to walk and take pictures lately. But Steven and my dad are doing something cool and Steven snapped some photos! My dad built this cedar strip, featherweight canoe in the early 1990's and it has been used a lot. The bottom of it was quite scratched, so Steven and my dad decided to restore it by sanding it down and re-applying the epoxy finish. It is looking quite beautiful already and Steven is learning a few tricks from my dad. : ) Click on the picture for a couple more of the restoration and a few other recent additions. Lenna Young Andrews - February 16th, 2010

6 comments:

  1. It is great that your dad can continue to do some work on the boats he made with so much love!

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  2. Its a beautiful little craft and so well crafted.

    Hope you feel better soon.

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  3. It really is wonderful to see your Dad working away on his boat. It must mean he is feeling better after all his treatments!!
    And what a truely beautiful boat it is!!

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  4. Your dad looks great! This boat is so beautiful!!!
    hugs, chris

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  5. Do you know where your dad got his plans for the Melonseed? I have strip-built 3 kayaks and the Melonseed looks like a great next project. Thanks

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  6. Hi Jeff - my dad built this under the direction of Mac McCarthy, who wrote a book Featherweight Boat Building -click on that link to view it at Amazon.com :) you can email me if you have any other questions, link on my blog! lenna

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