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We got the house off and outside today. We hung it from the extra long forks on the big forklift from straps and hauled it out.









Here it is on the ground to be tarped up.



The boat afterwards...



A bit more detail



and...

 

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Oh! Nearly done... :laugher

Thanks for the great photos, I'll hope to see more as you make progress. Great project and I wish you well.

Regards...MGM
 

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You DO know that you're way beyond 'refit' and into 'rebuild' by now, right?

What a project...
 

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I reckon I oughta do just that. Hey, it works. It keeps them from getting trashed in a rough seaway.

Hey, keeps 'em out of the weather and they ain't gonna get lost are they ?

Mind you if a certain sailing dog was reading this he'd probably be most upset the charts are rolded not folded. tsk tsk.

Nice to see you have finally got yourself some room to move Charlie.
 

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Thats got to feel good Charlie...elbow room at last.
 

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It depends on how fast I can get the materials together. I've got some but the rest.... That and I have to rebuild or replace the engine and that ain't gonna be cheap. I really don't know. I can get the frame work done fairly quickly and the decks and interior when I get the marine ply. I think at least another year, especially if I go back to work.
 
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