Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Wall Mounted Ships Clocks

Wow it's been nearly two months since my last blog post! Will anyone still be reading this?

While I have been back home from my yacht delivery for a few weeks, I have been busy building a new wooden garden fence and spending my time with Bible study. Finally, the other day the lure of the tools enticed me back to my wood working room to build something. Nothing complicated, just something quick and dirty to get me started again.


A simple bevel edged board to wall mount my beloved ships clock & barometer. These little treasures of mine have been with me on all my sailings, including three single handed Atlantic crossings, so they mean a lot to me. It will be nice to still enjoy them now I'm a 'land lubber'.

Anyway, I'm back - I haven't forgotten the blog and there will be more small projects to come, I promise.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, good to see you back at it.

You've reminded me that I need to mount my dads old ship clock. Not that it still keeps time or anything.

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Good to see you back and hope that you will be regular in posting the blogs for your readers. This one is ok have more expectations from you. Thank you for sharing it though

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