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Sleepless in Neah Bay

October 10, 2010

What does it take to make a turks head?

Study the book – Step 1

Lay out the supplies – Step 2

Study the book again – Step 3

In desperation turn to google – Step 4

Try, try and try again – Step 5

What’s step 6?  i.e. the finished product.  Our resident knotmaster, Edward, will show off his finished product when we arrive in San Francisco.  Tune in for episode whatever and we’ll let you know how we make out.  All the best to everyone who is following this blog and may the sun shine tomorrow and the winds be from the north west.
Till the Golden Gate Bridge
4 Comments leave one →
  1. Jeanie permalink
    October 10, 2010 02:24

    Bon Voyage, Tone!!!!!!

  2. Mariann permalink
    October 10, 2010 04:44

    Hi Tony – I’m in SFO tonight – visiting with our relatives in the East Bay area. Today we were in the city watching the fleet week – blue angels over the bay by the golden gate bridge. There were what seemed like hundreds if not almost thousands of sailboats in the bay area out for the event – it just looked fantastic and I of course thought of you and you and your sail mates sailing into the bay in the midst of it all – I bet it would be a sight! Hope your travels to SF are wonderful. Pam is pretty excited about the prospect of sailing up the river – it will be wonderful. The weather is sooooo much warmer here.

    Take care and hope to see you in the not too distant future.


  3. Nuha permalink
    October 10, 2010 09:36

    I keep my fingers crossed for sage and crew , It seems that your chef is a multi skills person , looking forward to see the finished product.

  4. Sue Donaldson permalink
    October 13, 2010 03:16

    I expect every possible item to be thoroughly turksheaded by the time you hit SF. Hope you had something of a Thanksgiving dinner on board! xxx s

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