[alberg30] wanted: hard dodger pattern

Brian Zinser bzinser at nmu.edu
Mon Dec 13 05:10:30 PST 1999

From: Brian Zinser <bzinser at nmu.edu>

Joe, I might have an old dodger in my basement.  I'm at work, but will
check this evening.

Brian Zinser
Manana #134

At 09:07 PM 12/12/1999 -0600, you wrote:
>From: "alberg30" <alberg30 at interactive.net>
>While I am having great success with the bow pulpit/anchor roller project
>thus far, my attempts this weekend to create a pattern and semi-rigid
>mock-up of the hard dodger were a complete and utter failure.
>20 knot winds ( it seemed like) blew my cardboard off the top of my
>grounded Alberg as I cursed furiously. I managed to get some semi-complete
>measurements from an in place dodger frame on an A30 on the hard in
>RockHold Creek Marina, but eventually realized that I really need the
>remains of a fabric dodger to do this properly. Otherwise, I have to start
>from scratch, beginning  with a frame -which may not achieve the delicate
>curves I am looking for.
>Hence, I was wondering if anyone will be replacing their threadbare or
>damaged dodger in the coming year. I would like to borrow the remains for a
>pattern. Maybe you have one buried in the shed or garage? I anticipate
>deconstructing it so a new dodger might not come back in one piece if you
>get my drift.
>Anyone want to pass on their dead dodger in the name of science?
>Thanks again;
>Joe #499
>"One Less Traveled"

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