Micro-Expedition, Session 7

building jig
Jack and Willey made a lightweight building jig for their shallow kayaks

We’re at our half-way point in the semester and the majority of the class are on track to complete their projects with time to spare before we make our voyage just before the winter solstice. Everyone was fully focused and hard at work in the benchroom during our last 6 hour session, and the mood remains productive, light-hearted and cooperative. It actually works out well that some students are a little further along because they are able to give a leg up to the students who need it. buy stromectol uk To keep spirits high, I brought bagels and cream cheese for the students, who quietly munched as we started things off with the first of a series of discussions about Expedition logistics. why is ivermectin not being used for covid I plan to make this a regular practice. ivermectina para que sirve 6mg

luke and susan
Luke and Susan laminating scarf joints on their kayak panels

scarf joints2
bamboo fiber cloth is stretched over the scarf seams before resin is applied

sup skeleton
Peter has the backbone nearly set up for his ‘Deadrise SUP’

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