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Ferryside Men's Shed
Ferryside Men's ShedDydd Mawrth, Gorffennaf 17th, 2018 at 12:05am
Ferryside Men's Shed
Ferryside Men's ShedDydd Llun, Gorffennaf 16th, 2018 at 10:11pm
Where is the ministry of transport when you want them? ?
Ferryside Men's Shed
Bad Drivers
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Ferryside Men's Shed
Ferryside Men's ShedDydd Llun, Gorffennaf 16th, 2018 at 10:03pm
Think we might have a coffee table or 2 lurking about the shed? ?? 😕
Ferryside Men's Shed
Ferryside Men's ShedDydd Mercher, Gorffennaf 11th, 2018 at 10:26pm
Project for the shed? ?
Ferryside Men's Shed
The Dad Break
Oddly satisfying.
Ferryside Men's Shed
Ferryside Men's ShedDydd Sul, Gorffennaf 1st, 2018 at 10:06pm
Ferryside Men's Shed
Vikingeskibsmuseet i Roskilde
Scroll down for English.. Ny bog fra Vikingeskibsmuseet: Udspændte både fra vikingetid og jernalder Vikingetidens bådebyggere byggede ikke kun store, klinkbyggede skibe, men også - og måske i langt højere grad - mindre brugsbåde. Som det kan læses om her i bogen, var de udspændte både måske udgangspunktet for den traditionelle, nordiske klinkbygningstradition, der stadig lever mange steder i Norden. For eksempel på Færøerne, hvor den ene af bogens forfattere, Hanus Jensen, blev udlært traditionel bådebygger Du kan købe bogen i Vikingeskibsmuseet butik eller online her: https://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/koeb/webshop/boeger/museets-udgivelser/vis/produkt/udspaendte-baade-fra-vikingetid-og-jernalder/ New book from the Viking Ship Museum: Viking and Iron Age expanded boats. The boatbuilders of the Viking Age didn't just build large clinker build ships, but also - and maybe to a higher degree- smaller utility boats. As you can read about here in the book, the expanded boats might have been the starting point for the traditional Nordic clinker building tradition, still living in many places in the Nordic region. For example, in the Faroe Islands, where one of the authors of the book, Hanus Jensen, was trained as a traditional boatbuilder You can buy the book in the Viking Ship Museum shop or online here: https://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/en/buy/webshop/books/vis/produkt/udspaendte-baade-fra-vikingetid-og-jernalder/ OR here: https://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/expanded-boats.html
Ferryside Men's Shed
Ferryside Men's ShedDydd Sul, Gorffennaf 1st, 2018 at 8:05pm
We could make one of these?
Ferryside Men's Shed
Vikingeskibsmuseet i Roskilde
Scroll down for English.. Ny bog fra Vikingeskibsmuseet: Udspændte både fra vikingetid og jernalder Vikingetidens bådebyggere byggede ikke kun store, klinkbyggede skibe, men også - og måske i langt højere grad - mindre brugsbåde. Som det kan læses om her i bogen, var de udspændte både måske udgangspunktet for den traditionelle, nordiske klinkbygningstradition, der stadig lever mange steder i Norden. For eksempel på Færøerne, hvor den ene af bogens forfattere, Hanus Jensen, blev udlært traditionel bådebygger Du kan købe bogen i Vikingeskibsmuseet butik eller online her: https://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/koeb/webshop/boeger/museets-udgivelser/vis/produkt/udspaendte-baade-fra-vikingetid-og-jernalder/ New book from the Viking Ship Museum: Viking and Iron Age expanded boats. The boatbuilders of the Viking Age didn't just build large clinker build ships, but also - and maybe to a higher degree- smaller utility boats. As you can read about here in the book, the expanded boats might have been the starting point for the traditional Nordic clinker building tradition, still living in many places in the Nordic region. For example, in the Faroe Islands, where one of the authors of the book, Hanus Jensen, was trained as a traditional boatbuilder You can buy the book in the Viking Ship Museum shop or online here: https://www.vikingeskibsmuseet.dk/en/buy/webshop/books/vis/produkt/udspaendte-baade-fra-vikingetid-og-jernalder/ OR here: https://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/expanded-boats.html