June 16th, 2013

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Saturday June 15. Progress on “Fleetwood” and rescued from homelessness.

Sunday, June 16th, 2013

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Ernie de Boer, a friend of the Schinkel Y.C., will let me stay at his flat in Amstelveen. I expect to move my few things off Paul’s boat on Sunday.

Father and Son installing the toughest curved section