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Jester Challenge
Hi all, Haven't been posting much lately as life is hectic. Have moved from Belize to UK and have just picked up Cookie from a container ship in Portsmouth. Now she is in the garden of my very patient in-laws :roll: awaiting some work on beams. lashing pads and canvas dodgers. I am still on course for the start of the Jester Challenge 2010. If you haven't seen the website go to [url]http://www.jesterinfo.org[/url] and check it out. It is a lot of monomaran sailors but they share the same simplistic view of voyaging as most wharramites :lol: I have started a blog about this project and update when anything newsworthy crops up. I hope to have a satphone during the Atlantic Challenge to call my wife and get her to update the blog from afar!!!!! Link is [url]http://roryandcookie.blogspot.com/[/url] Otherwise happy sailing and building to all fellow double-hullers :D Cheers Rory
Anonymous (not verified)
Re: Jester Challenge
Back in Old Blighty! ;) I'll bet you're still covered with goosebumps! :lol: Good news on the sailing front, though; I'll check your links to keep up with your wanderings, Rory. Have a great adventure. . .Or would that be a continuing great adventure? :mrgreen:
Anonymous (not verified)
Re: Jester Challenge
Hi Rory, hope all is well. It's Bob the launch driver from the Newport Yacht Club. Just wanted to Thank You for telling me about the Warram designs. Iv'e been bitten by the building bug again and have ordered the study plans for a Tiki 38 and Tiki 46. Looking for a used/abandoned project but may start a new one in the spring... Thanks again, Bob
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