The Wing was a bit of a letdown last night, although Ed more than made up for it. I also sped through the last few hundred pages of "Architect's apprentice," a Christmas gift written by a man who commissioned and built a 42' sailboat designed by Mr. CW Paine and built in the northeast. Good clean boat-related fun, that's for sure. Now I'm diving into some not-so-light reading during the evenings and hopefully finding a lamp for my new bedside table so that I can read a few more enjoyable pages before turning in. Aaahh the pleasure of being well outfitted! Also had a revelation today about content on this site: none of those cherished memoirs from my days at the Institute, the WEUs, have made it to the new format. Can anybody else smell a weekend project?
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