AON Posted November 9, 2014 Share #1 Posted November 9, 2014 Good morning world I am feeling exceptionally chipper this fine Sunday morning having spent two days attending the sail-making seminar held in historical Niagara on the Lake (a 34 minute drive for me). What a fantastically wonderful experience! I am relatively new to all this and felt I should mention the comradery you feel from the help you get on this site DOES actually extend to real life meetings. Of course my sorrowful looking first attempt at a sail is nothing to brag about but I have never learnt so much about 17th century sails (and other off menu ship building tidbits) that I just had to post a review. I am actually thinking of framing and hanging my first miserable sail in my workshop as a reminder of the experience. Just felt I had to share this feeling I am having. David Antscherl is a wonderfully knowledgeable and patient instructor. Unfortunately Greg Herbert could not be there; I was so looking forward to meeting the gentleman. I said it before and I'll say it again (and again, and again ....) what a wonderful site and fantastic group. Thank you. Alan MWerth, CaptainSteve and druxey 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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