Spinning the electorate is an old practice. Who'd have guessed it was invented by cats?
Cribbage was a deal breaker.
Turning over something as big as a steam launch requires some brawn, but also a lot of thought.
If you are curious about how to turn over a large steam launch - without large powered lifts you might find this little video of interest The video was a sort of by product of some other work I did for Wooden Boat Publications a few years ago.
I've posted previously about Psyche, about the Captain, and about the Captain and his family's turn of Biblical Phraseology. Well, here is how it turned out one day with the Captain: The Captain owned a beautiful Ketch called Psyche. As general dogsbody, I tried to keep up on the maintenance. One day I was aboard …
taking time to reflect or meditate is never a bad idea before starting in the shop.
If you've never witnessed a schooner being framed up you've missed and interesting bit of marine history.
"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop." — Confucius
Practice makes perfect is not a trite truism. Depth of Practice is important, and it can be applied across disciplines.
Lots of carvers have shop cats. They rule the shop from on high.