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Hi all. father of 2 shipwright, carpenter, oyster farmer, surfer, adventurer and every day glad to be alive! hoping one day to finish a 38' cat I have the mould for. (hulls already built) and take off to see the world from the perspective of looking at terra-firma rather than standing on it and looking out into the big blue yonder with endless question marks behind my eyes!
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Hi all. father of 2 shipwright, carpenter, oyster farmer, surfer, adventurer and every day glad to be alive! hoping one day to finish a 38' cat I have the mould for. (hulls already built) and take off to see the world from the perspective of looking at terra-firma rather than standing on it and looking out into the big blue yonder with endless question marks behind my eyes!
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Come to Qld You get the oysters, Ill get the muddies and sandies. It also does not bother me you have a cat cause you have the party space.
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What hull are you working on.
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