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Tuesday 27 December 2016

On the third day of Christmas...

My plan had been to post something crafty on each of the 12 days of Christmas.
I am not sure I will manage it but I am going to give it a go...

My third item...
I saw three ships come sailing in...



These were a joint venture between my brother (who whittled the huls from some old colliery ladder rungs), my sister (who machined the sails) and me. I put them together...


Merry Christmas!



4 comments:

  1. Goof family project.
    The boats look great.
    Hope things are going OK.
    take care

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  2. Mum is doing really well...out of intensive care and into stepdown. ..and now probably going into a normal ward. Lots of the drips etc have been removed. There's a picture on my Facebook. ..

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  3. Lovely boats - very clever family :-) Glad to hear your MuM is doing better xxxx

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  4. Andrew is going to keep making these with sails of different fabrics throughout the year...
    Mum is improving daily,now walking a little each day and about to move to a normal ward. We are jollying Dad along and taking turns to stay with him.

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