Jeff Wilson
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  • Jackson, WY
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Wilson Aug 29, 2009.

 

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Hometown:
St. Louis, MO
About Me:
Wood, metal and composites worker. Boatbuilder, solar mechanic. windwright and sailor. Owner, Owl Creek Industrial. Captain of my own ship....
Boats I own:
16' Ray Heater Rogue dory, 28' Herreshoff Rozinante Yawl, 10' Acorn sloop
bundin er batlaus madur
Bound is boatless man

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At 7:29pm on August 30, 2010, Dave Tishler said…
Thanks, Jeff.

I noticed your sailboat when I came on board. It actually prompted me to add some Raspberry pix into my profile.

I like the size and rigging of yours, reminds me of a ketch rigged Nauticat I've been admiring.

We have some repairs to make on the Raspberry. An Oak Tree fell on it while it was trailered in my friends yard. I was amazing it wasn't crushed. Surface damage only, the hull is fine. It snapped the bowsprit, mast, tiller bar, and a bit of the cabin roof. More work though.

Dave Tishler
At 8:48am on April 29, 2009, Rick Newman said…
I just realized that you have a Herreshoff vessel. Where do you use that? All I know about Herreshoff so far is that his name pops up all the time when I research wooden boats. Did you build it too? How old is it? How about sharing some pictures?

Rick Newman
At 8:38am on April 29, 2009, Rick Newman said…
Hello Jeff! Where did you float? After the boat show I heading for the Oregon Coast and spent some time along the seashore. Took my time and got home on Monday night.

I really enjoyed meeting you and sharing the ride with you. You did a nice job on your boat, it looks really good. I hope you had a good trip.

Let me know how everything went after your time at the Eagle rock lodge.

Rick Newman
At 7:08am on April 24, 2009, Rick Newman said…
Jeff, the Coeur d; Alene River is currently flooding. It would be a fast ride It is predicted to drop over the next few days. The Clark Fork is up but is not threatening to flood. Anyway, I hope to see you tomorrow and we can talk.

Rick Newman
At 7:34pm on January 29, 2009, Randy Dersham said…
I've not had any problem uploading a photo. There is a small chance that the photo is too large but I'm not sure what the limit is. If you make sure that it is a .jpg around 800x600 or smaller there should be no problem at all.
At 1:36am on January 28, 2009, Daniel Paull said…
Hi Jeff,
Your boats are beautiful. I grew up on the coast of Massachusetts so I am accustomed to seeing a variety of lovely Herreshoff designs. Yes, I have sailed in the San Juans a lot, as well as up the coast of British Columbia to the Queen Charlotte Islands, and around Vancouver Island several times. The whole coast is a superb cruising ground. If you plan a cruise, I'd be glad to provide some local knowledge. Thanks for sharing the pictures.
At 8:01pm on January 26, 2009, Greg Hatten said…
Hey - I remember the Cathy Jean from the McKenzie Festival last year. You had a very nice picture book of the construction. Beautiful boat... very nicely done!! I hope I can make it over for the show - would be fun to try some new water and hang out in Wyoming for a little bit.
At 10:08am on January 26, 2009, Randy Dersham said…
Welcome Jeffrey,
I hope you can make the show again this year. Sanderson and I are also going to try to make it to A.J.'s show in May. Let's hope so.
At 6:22pm on January 25, 2009, Daniel Paull said…
Hi Jeff, I would love to see some picture or your yawl. ... nothing, absolutely, nothing, half so much worth doing, ...
At 5:36pm on January 25, 2009, Greg Hatten said…
Welcome to the site... hope you enjoy all the wooden boat "chatter"...
Looking forward to heading over that direction one of these days and do a little fly fishing....
 
 
 

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