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Jim Lad

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  1. A start already! Happy stitching, Caroline. John
  2. Warmest congratulations, Caroline! What a great piece to have completed. John
  3. Yet more magnificent 'blacksmithing', Keith! If you're not liking your current cold spell you could send it over here!! John
  4. And a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. John
  5. Hello Paul, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. John
  6. Thanks for the encouragement, Gary - and all those others who've hit the 'like' button. John
  7. Hello Nathan, and a warm welcome to the forum from over in Oz. John
  8. Hello Gan Do, and a warm welcome to MSW. I also had an ancestor come to Australia on the 'Scarborough', but he was a 'guest' of the Government! He was also on the 'Sirius' when she went onto the reef at Norfolk Island. John
  9. Hello Masa, and a warm welcome to the forum from 'Down Under'. Happy New Year! John
  10. One example of what can be done:- The American ship 'A.G. Ropes' left Hong Kong for Baltimore at the end of June 1905 bound for Baltimore, but limped back into Kobe, Japan on 22nd July after having been dismasted in a severe gale. Only a part of the foremast was left standing, on which the crew managed to rig sufficient sail to get her back into port. The photo below, from Greenhill and Stonham's book 'Seafaring Under Sail', shows the rig they managed to contrive. John
  11. I note that the package says, 'When precision matters' and also, 'Random sizes'. How precise are random sizes? John

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