This page is in progress is authored by Harvey II and Holly Harvey.
Along with our friends and associates, we comprise...

...Morgan's Compagnie & The "Crew" of The Siren:

Bruce Anderson

Bruce built his first boat in 2003. Click here.

Doranna "D'har" Benker

Among her many talents, D'har is an artist and tallship sailor. In 2004 and 2006 she spent her vacation working aboard the Lady Washington. Click here to read her journal and see photos of her 2004 adventure.

Karin Fresnel
Laura Dodd

Ed Frey

Ed has traveled from coast to coast as a hard-hat diver, carpenter, shipwright, timberfaller, sailor, home-built submarine diver and ultralight flyer. He now enjoys making violins, canoes and boats and replica muskets.

Harvey II

Holly Harvey

Holly has been a student of the fiber arts since childhood at the knee of her mother, aunt and grandmother, and has studied weaving, spinning and dyeing since college in the late 1980s. Since that time she has married her interest of fiber arts with her love of teaching and demonstrates traditional methods of spinning, weaving and dyeing at many venues. Her interests are centered on Europe during the Middle Ages, but also include the Renaissance through the Industrial Revolution, as well as ancient and medieval China and Japan.

In her day-to-day life, she is is a graphic artist and teaches graphic communications for Natural Resources Interpretation at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA. Holly is the "webswain" (webmaster) of

John Jacques
William Kohse
  Mike Rude
Jordi Rude
  Eileen Smithers

Tony Smithers (right, in yellow suspenders, Ed Frey is in the blue hat)

  John Sea

Friends and Associates
Mary Dorman (right, William Kohse is in armor)
  Gail Paselk

Richard Paselk (far left, in red)


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