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Dave Petrina of Kettle River Timberworks quoted in the New York Times

Working alongside 35 other timber framers from around North America, Dave Petrina spent 2 weeks handcrafting the timbers to build a beautiful boat building workshop for the community of Port Jefferson, New York, to celebrate their long history of wooden boat building.

The Bayles Boat Shed, whose frame is built of wooden timber with oak pegs instead of nails, is a modern link to the boat-building industry, which dates to the 1790s here. David G. Petrina of Vancouver, British Columbia. “These buildings are made by craftsmen and not just a bunch of guys with air nailers.

The New York Times
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