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10-15-2009 11:29 AM
CharlieCobra I'm amazed everytime I peal something else off and see the complexity of the build. This has been a cool passage. I've learned and am still learning a ton about boat construction, especially wooden ones. I'm beginning to understand the draw of wooden boats better too. There's NOTHING that can't be repaired or replaced on a wooden boat which means they can last forever...
10-15-2009 09:50 AM
deniseO30 Pretty admirable of you to save that boat Charlie... If I were nearby I'd be there helping you! I'd like to mention to others looking at your progress.. try to imagine the skills used and applied to create such a vessel! The carlins and blocking joints are tight as they were on day one.
Oh, I love wooden boats!
10-15-2009 04:12 AM
Omatako My respect goes out to you, mate. I would have had a huge heap of firewood a long time ago.

I hope I get to see the final result.
10-14-2009 11:39 PM
CharlieCobra
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Originally Posted by tdw View Post
In no way belittling your efforts nor downplaying what you have taken on but this is starting to look less of a nightmare than you might have first imagined ???

Hard and dry is surely a whole heap better than soft and soggy.
Actually Andrew, it's looking pretty good. If I would've carried on the way it was, it wouldn't have. I caught her in time to avoid major rot. That first area I dug out is by far the worst of it.
10-14-2009 11:37 PM
CharlieCobra
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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
Like Boston/Foghat classic - or Tull/Deep Purple classic?
It's a mix of everything.
10-14-2009 10:12 PM
tdw In no way belittling your efforts nor downplaying what you have taken on but this is starting to look less of a nightmare than you might have first imagined ???

Hard and dry is surely a whole heap better than soft and soggy.
10-14-2009 09:24 PM
Stillraining He has a tape he plays over and over by some group called "Demolition Crew" or something like that..
10-14-2009 09:20 PM
smackdaddy Like Boston/Foghat classic - or Tull/Deep Purple classic?
10-14-2009 09:19 PM
CharlieCobra We only get one station on my little box, Classic Rock...

I gotta upgrade the sounds...
10-14-2009 09:18 PM
smackdaddy Okay, I gotta know...what tunage are you blasting while you work?
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