Today I am back under the boat, working on removing the old wheel carriages. My first discovery was that the 14 foot donut on the back side of the boat is impaled […]
Click here for the video. Many thanks to Kirsten Dirksen for her time and interest. I think initially, Kirsten was interested in the tsunamiball because it could be made into a small […]
In general I try to start and finish one phase of building before I move onto the next. This summer, however, I have let things stray a bit. Some of […]
Old news for some, but…Chris Robinson has never built a boat or even sailed, and he admits that a tidal wave is unlikely to hit Silicon Valley. But in his […]
By Jess Baker Published: Mar 27, 2014, 1:18 PM EDT weather.com Chris Robinson is building a boat in the backyard of his Palo Alto, Calif. home. This web designer is not much […]
Tsunamiball talk at Ignite …in case you missed it.
Tracing/cutting/filling the last bits from my second hull layer of 1/4 inch ply. I’m looking forward to taking a break from epoxy for a while. 🙂
I was honored to be asked to give a talk at Ignite San Francisco in December. It was the first time I had “come out” about the building of this […]
On his first few days of his visit, I enlisted the help of my Father to get some of the last frame elements glued up and put on the boat. […]
Wow. This is a milestone! Now I can put away all of my templates and routing jigs. Just assembly now to finish off the frame. This is great!