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I found that video strangely hypnotic. It felt like I was watching Bob Ross. Bob Ross: Painting Mountains
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I'll blog the full story. Here's a sneak preview of the Lumber, a low-skill, low-cost home-made paddle board.
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Done, enjoy! Thanks Phil.
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Riding the Lumber on a Summer Saturday
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Me and my low rider, the Lumber. At 27" wide, I was prepared for a low volume stand up squirt experience. While this board may not work well with my weight, it will be fine for the kids, and it should provide some fun on a plane, when towed behind a motor boat.
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The Lumber, a Do It Yourself Stand Up Woody, by VysniaCraft.
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Wavember: All our dreams are become machines.
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Grim Wafer. This sit-on board was built in 1989, using a surfboard blank, fiberglass cloth, with urethane resin from Whitewater Service and Supply, Wesser, NC. Straps were sewn as a favor by a small factory in Andrews, NC. It has always been hard to get the stern down for balanced mystery moves. Even though a large scoop was dug out of the stern deck, the bow is very minimal. But, it surfs waves well, and provides good practice for vertical maneuvers.

Pictures of Grim Wafer begin at slide 4, and the pictures of me were taken by son, age 5, who often asks to return to the broken down dam. It's not a bad eddy, I hope to play there more in 2012. These pictures were captured during a comfortable summer day, June 11, 2011.

I have a few projects going now, so reviewing the ancient history provides an online diversion until I move those further along. The Lumber is being revised, and is nearly complete, then on to embedding other signals into the frequencies.
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