Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Finally got off my butt today...got patterns transfered and will cut out tomorrow.

Still haven't made room,but that will come....won't it? :shock: :roll: :wink:
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WHAT?The Pirate actually building a BOAT?

Well you started out right with pictures!

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A guy tells us that he is building a boat but there is no shavings or tools, and is working in his kitchen next to his clothes dryer. :lol:

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I'm ashamed of what my yacht looks like right now,but I intend to have this one with one of my antique Mercs on it at The Gathering!! :wink: 8)

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Bill Edmundson wrote:WHAT?The Pirate actually building a BOAT?

Well you started out right with pictures!

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Hey Bill,since it's been a while since I built one....what kind of modern paint should I use on the bottom??!! :shock: :roll: :wink: :lol:

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ALLLRIGHTTTT Warren!!!!

Do you want me to create a schedule for you? :lol:
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Oyster wrote:A guy tells us that he is building a boat but there is no shavings or tools, and is working in his kitchen next to his clothes dryer. :lol:
Guys,
I'm afraid to say this, but I think Oyster is on to something. Look at those patterns again. They aren't for building a boat, they are for----I'm sorry I'm having trouble saying it---- FOLDING CLOTHES :shock: :( :oops: :lol:
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DaveLott wrote:ALLLRIGHTTTT Warren!!!!

Do you want me to create a schedule for you? :lol:
I'll just be happy with using it the week before The Gathering!! (AOMCI meet here in Fla in Orlando)

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DaveLott wrote:ALLLRIGHTTTT Warren!!!!

Do you want me to create a schedule for you? :lol:
I just hope that for the sake of the Pirate that he does not use guaranteed delivery dates created by UPS thats required such as the Gathering weekend . Heck the more I think about it, maybe we guys and girls can get a FEDEX driver to deliver it too so that it will be in one piece. :oops: :P :lol:

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AWWW....The FedEx purple would clash with my green Mercury! :lol:
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Oh I think FEDEX ground is green. :wink:

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Update:Ordered the plywood for this (thought I had enough 3/4" on hand,but didn't) and it'll be here by the 20th.

Will be picking up a table saw tomorrow,and getting the building form and frame forms cut tomorrow.

I know it's not a mahogany,or at Dave Lott,Oyster, or Garrys speed of construction,but we are excited!! :wink: :D

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I know it's not a mahogany,or at Dave Lott,Oyster, or Garrys speed of construction,but we are excited!!
It may not be one of the above, but it will be a Glen-L Pirate boat. Speaking of pirates, is there any chance that your plywood would be passing thru South Carolina. :roll: :wink: :lol:
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Grand Chillin wrote:
I know it's not a mahogany,or at Dave Lott,Oyster, or Garrys speed of construction,but we are excited!!
It may not be one of the above, but it will be a Glen-L Pirate boat. Speaking of pirates, is there any chance that your plywood would be passing thru South Carolina. :roll: :wink: :lol:

Yep,but I'll have a good lookout and my cannons will be loaded!! AARRRGGGHH :twisted: :wink: 8)

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