That's the seaport's Breck Marshall in the background.
If it doesn't look gloomy in these photos, it's because
I lightened them up in my Photoshop program. It was
wet, foggy, and cold.
That's Andy Wolf telling Dan Drath about the beautiful
rowing canoe he had just completed for a client in
This young paddler is trying out the
Jellyfish he built in a Mystic Seaport class run by
Sharon Brown provided a great session
for kids. The Boathouse volunteers had made lots of
boat parts and the kids had a great time putting them
together. One grandfather (see above) got very involved
in building his own boat.
The John Gardner Chapter of TSCA had
a table in the shed during the seminar. In the background
is the skiff that members of the Chapter built during
the winter. (I have no idea why John Symons, our secretary,
looks so happy)
The John Gardner Chapter of TSCA decided
to name our first boat after long time TSCA Secretary
Eleanor Watson. Tim Weaver painted the name plaque
(earlier he had painted the John Gardner sign).