Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy on Lake Wener

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Around Lake Wener, 1907: ‘The Bee, Bill’s boat, was a ten-foot sailing dinghy built by Marsh of Reading. For this cruise, she had bulkhead put in at the midship thwart, a bit of deck from the mast forward, and a Willesden canvas hood from this to the bulkhead. The Earwig was, as has been mentioned already, a home-made canoe, fourteen feet by three, watertight fore and aft, and with a well just under three feet long.’

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To be continued…

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See the rest of this series:


Canoeing and Camping Adventures with R C Anderson
Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy on Lake Wener
Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy around Lake Wener, pages 12 to 29
Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy around Lake Wener, pages 30-53
Anderson by sailing canoe from Christiana to Stockholm, pages 54 to 91

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2 thoughts on “Anderson by sailing canoe and dinghy on Lake Wener”

  1. Sorry about that – but I couldn't put up a whole chapter before I went out this morning. Anderson's chapters are 50 pages long…

    And I haven't forgotten Beale Park!

    Gav

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