Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Debbie

You and Lauren are evil Wenches :!: I just made a cabinet for a floor lamp :!:

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See there! Lauren is on the ball, as usual. She's such a great roll model for the rest of us Wenches. Evil??? ...... well, maybe just a little. :twisted: :lol: :lol:
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ya'll are ruthless!!

Do you go to some school or something to learn this?
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I think it's just a natural for right brains to come up with this stuff!!! :wink: :lol:

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Pirate's Wench wrote:
Grand Chillin wrote:Debbie,
You, I mean Warren is doing a great job!!! :roll: If you need help with your project list for him just let us know. I'm sure the rest of us can come up with a few suggestions for you. :wink: :lol: :P
Thanks Chip! I appreciate the support! I know of at least one smart lady who ended up with kitchen cabinets after she found out how good her husband was at woodworking. I believe she said something like "well now Honey, if you can build a boat like that, I bet you could build me some lil ol' kitchen cabinets. How 'bout you do that next, then you can build another boat!". Yesseree, If a girl plays her cards right, she can work all this stuff to her advantage and end up with a really great fishing boat to boot! :D :lol:
Sweetie,do you really want to wait that long for cabinets? you see how long it takes for near-perfection to be created!!! :wink: :lol: :lol: :oops:

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does she realize how long it will take to do sea trails for all those cabinets?

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A little work done yesterday....glassed & fastened in the front bulkhead for locker and the epoxy ran some when it warmed up.

Not to worry,I need to encapsulate the hull yet and it will level out with this after some sanding :wink:
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outside chamber
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Also brushed some epoxy on the top of transom end grain to pre-seal....will glass with cloth tomorrow hopefully.

Have to hurry,those Canucks, Wardy and Brian are catching up!!! :shock: :lol:

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Looking good :D Are you sure you didn't drop your ice cream cone and that is where it melted. :P :wink: :lol:
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I thought that was beer :shock: :shock: :lol: :lol:

Nice work!!! :D

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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Looking good Pirate. If you look in your rear view mirror you should see a couple of lights way back in the distance, the Canucks are making a move. Got our boat off the jig tonight and flipped it over to work on the transom. Now it looks like a boat!!!!!! Keep up the progress we need the tips.
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Did you guys sit in it with beers and fishing rods and make motor noises???

It's required when you flip you know!!! :wink: :lol: 8)

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Speaking of those catching up with you, I thought about the guys thats also ahead of you too. Its going to be a good weekend on the water too this weekend. Keep on sanding folks! :lol: :lol: 8)
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Thanks for posting one of my and gaffrig24's heroes Oyster....Bob Bitchin' !!!! :wink: 8)

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Will do Warren. I was going to hang the motor just to see how it lines up with the bottom of the boat. I will post pics late and get opioid from you folks.
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Dang,now they are going to beat me to hanging the motor!!! :shock: :? :lol: :lol:

Well,I did have had mine on the trailer first!! :wink: :D

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