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Old 12-10-2009
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Originally Posted by midnightsailor View Post
Having totally rebuilt several wooden boats including a 1926 Crosby Catboat and more in line with yours, a 1954 S&S 42 Yawl, I understand all the work that is going into your boat. I have been following it closely from the beginning and really admire what you have done so far with her. One thought while your re-doing the interior might be thinking about allowing a place for somthing like an old Luke soapstone fireplace or even a newer type heater /fireplace. Both for warmth and the unbeatablle amabiance afire makes. BTW, I really like the pullman idea. Nice going Rick
I've been looking at heaters and really haven't decided on one yet. I do like the newer Newport Propane units though. They fit in a small space nicely and have a bit of fireplace feel to them. Thanks.
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