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Glen-L History Photo #6

On January 20, 2012, in History Photo of the Week, by Gayle Brantuk
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The Famous Glen-L Poster Girl! This week’s history photos are of the Glen-L poster girl. A couple of these are used on our website in the “About Us” section and the “About our Plans & Patterns” page. Today you’re going to get the “rest of the story” as Paul Harvey liked to say… First off, […]

Australian Barrelback-19 build

On November 21, 2011, in Glen-L Styles, Inboard Powered, by Justin Schooneman
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Welcome to my blog, It’s a little piece of the web where I’ll be documenting the build progress of a Ken Hankinson designed Barrelback-19, built using the cold-molded plywood method. Apparently it will possibly be the first Hankinson Barrelback-19 built in Australia. Now the pressure is on …………….. To quote from the Glen-L site where […]

Happy Fourth of July!

On July 1, 2011, in News From Gayle, by Gayle Brantuk
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All of us here at Glen-L want to wish our fellow Americans a Happy Fourth of July. I realize that many of you reading this are outside the US. Though you may not share our holiday, I hope you have wonderful weekend as well! Our family will be spending the fourth at “The Pond” as we do […]

Malahini – Time Well Wasted

On February 25, 2011, in Build Your Dream Boat Series, News From Gayle, Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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Continuing the boat building dream #27… Today’s interview is only one minute long and this craftsman is truly living his dream in the boat he built himself…   The Malahini is a 16′ Classic Runabout and one of our most popular designs. This is the largest of the “classic mahogany runabouts” designed for plywood construction and […]

Social Media and Boat Building

On February 4, 2011, in News From Gayle, by Gayle Brantuk
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Mom and I around 1960 observing Dad’s first S&G experiment I have to confess to you that I’m not really sure how to integrate this blog and Facebook and Twitter into the Glen-L business. Growing up in this company, we always kept business and personal life very separate. In fact, we rarely let on that […]

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