This fun live-ish report in from Kathy Parker President of Heartland Classics ACBS, this years host for the big 2012 International ACBS show at Table Rock.

“What better way to spend a Saturday in February, if you can’t actually be on the water, than spending the day with friends at a Winter Restoration Workshop? Heartland Classics Chapter of ACBS held their annual workshop in Langley, Oklahoma with 59 participants. Topics for the day included:
Sharing techniques and experiences using polyurethane and/or varnish, Dan Diehl, Clay Thompson, Darren Arnold

How to repack the prop shaft thru-hull, Larry Hinton


Knot tying, Dick Moist

Cold molding a hull, David Lott

Making a windshield, Dan Diehl
Things to look for in a boat survey,or in a Pizza!Tom Benton

mmmmm the part of how to eat pizza with out getting oil on the raw wood. I have yet to figure that one out.

We’re all just a little closer to being ready for spring boating. Thanks to Brent Howard for the use of his shop and Dan Diehl for organizing a great learning experience.”

Kathy Parker
president of Heartland Classics

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4 Responses to “The Heartland Classics Workshop, Just The Start Of A Huge Year For The Heartland Classics ACBS.”
  1. RiverRat

    Looks like fun and delicious. Any beer for that pie?
    That young man in the front row. He must have an excellent attention span

  2. WoodyGal & ARRRGH

    Yup, that’s us! Great workshop, good topics and excellent presenters, best pizza on Grand Lake! Thanks to all who made it possible. The young man on the front row came with his grandpa and showed great interest.