Happy Thanksgiving to all my US readers! I hope everyone has a great day with friends and family.
OK, this looks like a handy one to have around the house, on a boat, or most anywhere. The tool lets you wrap, tighten and clamp wire around an object.
DIY Boat Owner has a nice review and they agree that it’s a good tool to have around (although you probably will need to practice with it a bit).
It’s an art exhibit, and to me honestly looks more like "wads" of paper instead of the Origami they were trying for (maybe had a bit of a problem getting it launched), but still kind of neat. Created for an art exhibit type thing.
I do wonder where they get pieces of paper that large.
Cute take on a pedal powered tender. Mad Marinerâ„¢ magazine recently did an audio/podcast which gives some background and "review" type information.
The boat’s efficient Nauticraft designed single pedal drive system turns a 15" propeller, making movement through water feel effortless, reaching speeds up to 5 mph. A spade type rudder provides easy and effective turning capability, controlled by a side mounted steering handle. The sailboat type hull positions the operator down inside the cockpit. Features a dry shelf up front for items you don’t want to get wet and stretch cord retaining system around the front perimeter of the cockpit keeps life jackets, towels and even a beverage safely tucked away. A rear bench seat fits 1 to 2 people with a molded in storage compartment beneath the seat cushion.
I got my boating "start" with R/C boat models… always fun to see them afloat.