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The Amazing Bailey

He learned how to build with local natural materials when he created his mother's famous floathouse, the Hotsprings Cove Store, in 1973. She lived there baking bread for the tourists and fishermen for 12 years

The Amazing Bailey

He was there from the beginning, a guy who doesn’t play well with others, a guy who gets things done, his way.

A guy who built our incredible wilderness office complex. He built this complex using two 40 ft shipping containers. They contain our office, our gear up shed, our staff accommodation with kitchen and best of all the covered Fire-Pit. He built our very original two room outhouse as well as the railing for all the take-off and landing platforms. Recently he built our amazing Gazebo on the old logging bridge over the Winchee.

He learned how to build with local natural materials when he created his mother's famous floathouse, the Hotsprings Cove Store, in 1973. She lived there baking bread for the tourists and fishermen for 12 years. Bailey’s a guy who loves motorcycles and has ridden them all over the world. He even spent a year and a half riding his classic 1963 Motto Guzzi all the way down to Argentina and back.

Bruce lives on Mahina I Te Pua (The crescent wave at the bow which bursts into foam like a flower), an 11 meter sailboat built from exotic hardwoods in Hawaii. He lives to travel, he likes wine, whiskey and whores. That’s the kind of guy he is.

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