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Re: Choice of USA Grown Wood for Rebuilding

Misfits,

Using Marine Plywood as Lam's. is a No# 1 Idea and Good Way to Go, simple to do.

Here's some shot's of the bad stuff, a little worst then what I thought. I got some new batterys and took these shots. When I started moving some gear around... I could see it better, it's much worst then I thought.

You will see 4 shots of the Worst Damage that is just outside the aft. cabin wall, starboard side. This is the area where the former owner reported termite damage (behind and under cold box). I think that this is the worst of it (4 shots) from a wood structure standpoint.

The 5th shot is mid cabin, starboard side. It looks like some (lighter) damage but nothing like the other one .. which needs replaced 100%.

Thanks for the Advice,

Avery
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