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Are You A Fan Of My Page?

Posted by Zachary Wiest in Uncategorized

I have noticed that in the past couple days I have had over 100 views each day?  I am well over 3000 views now. A you a fan of the blog? Do you have any questions? Advice?  I would love to hear from some of the page’s readers.  You can use the comments link below or send me an email!

This Site Hasn’t Been Forgotten

Posted by Zachary Wiest in Uncategorized

It has been nearly two months since I have worked or the boat or updated this site.  I really want to get back to it.  Hopefully that can happen soon…  I have just been so busy with work and other commitments.

Motivation Photo Shoot

Posted by Zachary Wiest in Uncategorized

Not having worked on the Skerry for a couple weeks, I got used to all the free time!  As much as I do enjoy working on it, I still need motivation to get back in the building groove, especially with all the sanding that is coming up. I had a spare moment today so I pulled the boat out for a photo shoot.  I put the flag on, fit the oarlocks, and set the unfinished mast, just for kicks.

Visit to Chesapeake Light Craft

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Sorry it has been such a long time since my last update.  I changed collateral duties at work and was away for some training.  While up North, I had the opportunity to meet up with my parents for Father’s Day.  We went and saw the tall ships in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, but we also visited Chesapeake Light Craft.  I was really excited to see Pocketship.  Whenever I get a place with a two car garage, it will be my next build.


Boat Building Hiatus

Posted by Zachary Wiest in Uncategorized

I am away this week, taking a class up in Yorktown, VA for my job, so I won’t be working on the boat at all.  At the end of the trip I hope to stop by Chesapeake Light Craft in Annapolis, MD.  Hopefully I can take some pictures and up load them to the site.

1000 Page Views!!!

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I logged into the site tonight to check some admin stuff and realized that this build blog now has over 1000 views!  I have noticed that traffic has been peaking a lot lately.  I am getting a lot of inbound traffic from Google and Bing.  Maybe Chesapeake Light Craft will add my blog to their blog list and increase my view count even more.

Anyways, I hope that this site has helped other small wooden craft builders.  It is probably more likely though that 50% of those views are from friends and family.

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