THE FISHING SCHOONER ANNIE M PARKER by Canoe21 { Lawrence }, Scale 1: 50

Canoe21

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Hello Ship Mates

Here is a build off a little Fishing Schooner that I built in Honer of my Great Grand Father Captain Angus Hines who commanded the Annie M Parker for a number of years in the early 1900'S. This was a very enjoyable little ship to build and very much a learning experience. I got a set of line plans from the Smithsonian Institutions in Washington, DC. and with a lot of research, this is what I came up with, not the best for sure but my family and I are rather pleased with her.

To view my little Building the Fishing Schooner Annie M Parker Build please click on the link below and then click play once the card opens, this is much nicer at a full screen and also turn your speakers on as I have added a bit of background music, at the end hit Esc on your keyboard Hoyne_New Ways on Baq.jpg  111.jpg 18651.jpg scan0063_edited.jpg
My Great Grand Father Captain Angus Hines


to close,
ENJOY
Regards Canoe21 {Lawrence }

PLEASE WATCH MY LITTLE SLIDESHOW ON THE BUILDING OF THE FISHING SCHOONER ANNIE M PARKER
Thank you Lawrence

http://www.smilebox.com/playBlog/4e4455794d7a6b7a4d7a453d0d0a&blogview=true
 
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That was a beautiful presentation for a fine model, and the background singer really added greatly to the pleasure of watching it - excellent job.
Bob
 

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GemmaJF said:
Fantastic Lawrence, really enjoyed your presentation.

Who is the artist singing Galway Shawl?
Hello Gemma

I thank you very much for your visit to my little slide show, and for your very nice words and comments. I am pleased that you liked it, the Galaway Shawl singer I do not know as it is in a list of songs in Smile Box, but it has a rather catchy tune, ENJOY.

Regards Canoe21 { Lawrence }
 

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shipbuilder said:
That was a beautiful presentation for a fine model, and the background singer really added greatly to the pleasure of watching it - excellent job.
Bob
Helo Bob
I thank you very much for your visit to my little slide show on my Great Grand Fathers Fishing Schooner, for your very kind words and overly nice comments, ENJOY.

Regards Canoe21 { Lawrence }
 

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Nice presentation Lawrence.
 

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Canoe21 said:
GemmaJF said:
Fantastic Lawrence, really enjoyed your presentation.

Who is the artist singing Galway Shawl?
Hello Gemma

I thank you very much for your visit to my little slide show, and for your very nice words and comments. I am pleased that you liked it, the Galaway Shawl singer I do not know as it is in a list of songs in Smile Box, but it has a rather catchy tune, ENJOY.

Regards Canoe21 { Lawrence }
Thanks Lawrence, I will see if I can find out who the singer was. I'm more of a fan of the gravelly male singers in Irish folk (Fureys, Dubliners, Pogques) but I thought the version of Galway Shawl compliment your build so well and enjoyed it so much it has got me intrigued who the vocalist is!
 

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trippwj said:
She is a beauty, Lawrence. Very nice video! Glad I got to come along for the ride while you were building her.

All the best -
Hello Wayne

I thank you very much for your visit to my little slide show on my Great Grand Fathers Fishing Schooner. I am very pleased that you enjoyed my little extra efforts top bring it to my ship mates here on the SOS Form. Donnie helped me a lot in being able to up load it to the Form, he is very helpful and I am such a pain. Nice to heer from you again, I do supose that you have your new Ship Yard completed by now, from what I have seen you are very lucky to have such a nice and large work area, ENJOY

Regards Lawrence
 

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Lawrence

What a great tribute to your Great Grand Father Captain Angus Hines. He would be impressed as we all are.

A excellent build and I look eagerly to other slide shows of your other builds

Cheers
Geoff
 

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Aussie048 said:
Lawrence

What a great tribute to your Great Grand Father Captain Angus Hines. He would be impressed as we all are.

A excellent build and I look eagerly to other slide shows of your other builds

Cheers
Geoff
Hello Geoff

I thank you very much for your visit to my build log on the little Fishing Schooner the Annie M Parker. For your very kind words and overly nice comments. Yes, I have been thinking of a slide show on the HMS Bounty, but still, have a few things top finish up around home first, ENJOY.

Regards Lawrence
 

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Hello Ship Mates

Just finishing up reposting all of my lost pictures in my build logs and decided to add a few more pictures od my Great Grand Fathers fishing schooner that he sailed out of Glouster, Mass. in the early 1900ths. ENJOY.

Regards Lawrence img_3014.jpg img_3016.jpg img_3045.jpg img_3220.jpg img_3040.jpg img_2989.jpg img_3000.jpg img_3099.jpg img_3131.jpg img_3171.jpg img_3371.jpg img_3373.jpg
 
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