Boatowner's Wiring Manual by Charles Wing

By Charles Wing

Ideas of Yacht layout is either understandable to amateurs and finished for pros. It follows the layout of a 40-foot cruising sailboat from the 1st cartoon to the ultimate weight, energy, and sail quarter calculations, with tables, charts, and diagrams to allow the reader adapt the method to any layout. This variation is revised and improved to hide powerboats in addition to sailboats.

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Quail hunt- SHEROL ENGEL ing is a longtime tradition, and although the num- S ix years after our quail hunt with Bill Bowles, we bers are not as good as they used to be, the sport is spent a memorable New Year’s Eve in the piney just as rewarding. woods of Georgia to once again try our luck at these A dog goes on point. Jeff passes up a shot— beautiful birds. We were the guests of Frank and too low. Even though your heart’s pumping when Connie Freshwater at the Flat Rock Preserve. Frank you walk up on a point, it is important to always Freshwater is a true southern gentleman with deep clear your line of fire and let the low birds go to roots in the red soil of the South.

I think the last contrast of white and black feathers indeed make few moments before dawn breaks is one of my fa- this truly a trophy bird. vorite parts of the day, waiting for the sun to wake The eiders would sweep into the decoys, low to up. On that morning the beautiful pastel colors the water, oftentimes in small flocks up to a dozen. flowing across the coast of Maine could only be de- We were extremely careful when the flocks would scribed as spectacular. come in because we wanted to pick out drakes; if a The first two ducks to appear were a drake and drake and hen came in flying too close together, we a hen eider.

We were hop- mire the birds. ing the hunting would resemble the philosophy That afternoon was rich in camaraderie, fast ac- that Mike and Chris shared. They have dogs that are tion, great dog work, and a whole lot of fun, south- well trained and well treated and land that is used ern style. That night we traded our hunting orange wisely, with conservation and good animal habitat for formal evening wear and joined in another Eastern Seaboard 43 southern tradition—bringing in the New Year with SOUTHERN WOODS PLANTATION style.

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