This post isn’t about my work as such but about an unexpected meeting I had 2 days ago.
I live close to Sutton Hoo, the famous burial ground of an anglo-saxon ship with amazing treasure which can be found in the British Museum. A recent film called “The Dig” describes the find in 1938.
A Charity in Woodbridge, a beautiful small town on the other side of the river from the Sutton Hoo Site, is in the process of making a replica boat of the original.
To cut a long story short, Pete Clay, who you can see in this photo and is involved in the whole project, is a violinmaker who went to Newark in 1973 and worked at W.E. Hills in London for 5 years before he became self-employed! What are the chances!
The 4th and final scenario I am dealing with on the Online Course of Crack Repair, is this very tricky crack running along an upper bout rib.
The third scenario I deal with on the upcoming Online Course on Crack Repair is how to cover a worm track or larger gap along a crack when filler is not sufficient.
This scenario is also part of the upcoming Online Course on Crack Repair – with the difference that it was all cosmetic work from the outside.
I’ve been really snowed under with work, the preparation for my presentation in Newark and filming the Online Course on Crack Repair with Evie @troyproductionsuk.