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After receiving a couple of accolades regarding my wooden canoe on a thread about a cockpit table. I am compelled to share some of my other boat building exploits with you all in a hope you all may do the same, I know I am not the only one out there who has done some building of boats.

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I built a steam powered boat when I was a boyscout. I sailed it the bathtub, but it sank.
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Now that's some beautiful wood work Ed! I've alway's wanted a canoe like that. Nicely done!!!
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