on C-Lute ~~~_/)~~
Also, this here don't look like no "C" to me! More like an "L" for little lake. So there!
On C-Lute this little lake sure seems quite a bit bigger than on my other weapon of choice (see below)
At some point, I hope to get a picture or two (or video) of the Passagemaker Dinghy in action.
For now, at least you get to see a bit of my stitching handiwork on the boom and part of the the down-haul and snuffer configuration.
Truth be told, it was not exactly the kind of day that the weather frog was all excited about either.
All the same, there was enough wind (at times) to test out the small modifications and adjustments I had been working on.
I replaced the block with becket at the traveler with a block, becket and cam cleat. That turned out to be a major - albeit not inexpensive - improvement!
I hope to take her out a couple of more times before I transport C-Lute to the OkoumeFest 2011 which CLC sponsors once a year as an annual Rendezvous of CLC boat builders. It'll be a great opportunity to actually take C-Lute "out to sea" as well as to evaluate which kayak exactly I should plan to build next winter.
|Pic not of me but of the guy who convinced me to install the trap.|
I had planned it all along and now that I have the name plate, I'll be able to do it.
In the meantime, whilst waiting for the varnish to cure, I am hanging out on the new trapeze wire that I set up on my Johnson-18.
Generally I sail the JN-18 with my trusted crew. However, single-handing my JN-18 from the trap is a total blast.
Not a bad place to be!!!