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If I did I would probably have to drink saltwater, i didn't think about water tankage during construction.
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If I did I would probably have to drink saltwater, i didn't think about water tankage during construction.
Nice design - nice work btw...
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Nice kayak! Any others? My wife thinks garages are for cars (silly woman).
Until I convince her she's wrong I have to live vicariously through other's boat building projects.
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A circumcision with a kayak? Wouln'd it be easier with a sterile scapel and a few sedatives?
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If you want to read about lots of boats being built in garages (and other places), check out wooden boat forum. Many great stories, usually with good pictures also. (But beware "The Bilge", it makes our "Off Topic" look like a church social.)

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I'm sure the Harley looks better in the bedroom anyways!
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I was waiting for someone to jump on that one
Just close your eyes and bite down on the kayak paddle - you might feel a pinch...
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Well I built my stripper canoe in the LIVING ROOM. Nailed the sawhorses to the subfloor through the carpet so they wouldn't move. Wife (now XW!) didn't get TOO upset except when I didn't pick up the wood shavings and the cat would drag them through the house.
Sold the canoe a few years later and used the $$ to buy a bandsaw.
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Dunlookn has a little shameless behaviour in the past
I had a strippoer on my boat once since my XW did not want to help me work with my wood(y).

Did not involve a canoe though.
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