Sunday, January 11, 2009
The holy grail for me as a designer and builder is to go to a strange place, gather materials from what is lying around, and build a seaworthy sailing canoe. Extra points are awarded for the least amount of money spent and the fewest number of tools used.
No one that I know does a better job at it than Tim Anderson, and his latest "skin on frame" project is one of many over the last several years. You can follow the complete building procedure at the Instructibles website.
To read about his past projects and adventures go to Tim's homepage.