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Patrick Ellam uses his walking stick to retrieve his marking pen from the center of the deck of the 30-foot-long, triple-hulled riverboat that he's building at his northwest-side home.
Patrick Ellam, left, and boat designer Colin Mudie in the Sopranino, somewhere in the Caribbean, after the two sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in 1951. The Sopranino was just 19 feet long.
Patrick Ellam in his British army uniform (circa 1939-40). He was part of a top-secret force.
Patrick Ellam and his wife of 57 years, June, work in their home office. Ellam says he's making the riverboat slow and stable because "June doesn't like wobbly. I'm making it so nice."
Patrick Ellam works on the water tank for the custom riverboat he's building at his home. Now half-finished, when it's complete he plans to take the boat out on the Colorado River.
Patrick Ellam has a doozy of an opening line.