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Making log boat in Kierikki
During their staff exchange visit 5 members from Exeter university supervised by Dr Linda Hurcombe and shipmakers Brian Cumby and Tom Monrd Hansen did in four days a log prof. B.Bradleys report about staff exhange.from beginning to testing in water. In those days they made an testing dry log to a fresh one and fresh one was working. See
The experience was made partly during the Kierikki Stone Age markets 27.-28. July 2013. Before that on Fri 26 July in Kierikki was a "Day of the Scince" where Hurcombe, Bradley and Kamper where having a lectures.
Kierikki Stone Age markets have been in Kierikki Stone Age village for 10 years in the last weekend of July. The actions, wrestling, battle show, eating stone age food like grasshoppers, making ceramics etc. , has been done by Kuttelo group. So the log boat making was this summer part of the Stone Age markets and one of the presentations given to the public and the amount of visitors in two days was c. 700 and all of thme saw the boat making. Here we have also some photos from Kierikki Stone Age markets.
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