Getting good information can be a challenge. Even in this digital world, it can be frustrating to try to find "legacy" information on something. By legacy, I mean information about something particular which may not be on the internet but may still exist somewhere offline. And thus, perhaps undiscoverable, but pertinent, leftover, lost. Using search engines often becomes time consuming and mind-numbing. So much information pours through our internet browsers that sometimes I find myself closing the browser because I lose interest in searching.
And as it comes to the Cape Dory, I sometimes happen upon articles that I can never find again and I wish I'd have saved it somewhere. So, for the readers of this blog, I will insert these from time to time because they really are good descriptions of the vessel or contain information in a precise and efficient manner to help one understand and appreciate the classic vessel, the Cape Dory.
Look at this article from 2008 found online: http://www.sailingmagazine.net/boats/6-used-boat-notebook/534-cape-dory-typhoon-