Thursday, April 01, 2010

I'll Be:
It Actually Worked

A few days ago I spoke of something we were doing with the Zoological society here...and it worked. It was a lark based on the idea of a hydraulic engineer here in Milwaukee. It required the assistance of the zoo folks, many water sports people and some heavy duty go-fast water equipment. More over, we worked at odd hours to avoid anyone seeing us lest they misconstrue what we were about.

In the end, the darn thing worked and, as proof, one of our crew captured this image.I cannot, because of papers and documentaries being made, say more.
It may seem pointless, but from it we hope to learn more about hull design and other important marine architectual information. Congratulations to all who took part. Watch for the full article in the next issue of Science.

Paddle safe...
DS

6 comments:

SherriKayaks said...

Did someone get a new version of Photoshop or has someone been sneaking into the Passover wine? :)

steve said...

great stuff, a surfboard with a trunk, just what we need for expeditions

RussJ said...

But does he have a bombproof roll?

Silbs said...

He (or is it she) has never tipped over. That trunk makes for an awesome low brace.

Steadfast Ahoy! said...

April Fools.

Silbs said...

Some folks just have to spoil the fun :)