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BOWLINE by Tod.
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DICK SLOAN



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Bowline was my fathers most famous character' featured in the N.U.S paper and also the Seaman magazine in the 1960s.
· Date: Sun, 30 December 07 · Views: 347
· Filesize: 82.2kb, 82.2kb · Dimensions: 899 x 439 ·
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Locking Splice
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Sun, 30 December 07 10:06

Nice one Dick, I remember this one.

Best Regards

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DICK SLOAN

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Sun, 30 December 07 10:53

Yuge, Just been given these' I haven't seen these since dad did them' and it seems just like yesterday....will be in touch soon.
regards Dick.
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Mon, 31 October 11 03:48

I remember Bowline, a bright spark among all the doom and gloom for seamen during that era.

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Locking Splice
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Mon, 31 October 11 05:08

Hi Dickyboy I remember my Dad when he was home sitting at the kitchen table drawing these with his Indian inks, he was also an accomplished artist in both oil and water colours, he used to take his easel and paints to sea, and painted many pictures for fellow shipmates.

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