Designs for inboard or outboard power
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When life gives you lemons.......
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I like it!
Mini -Tug, KH Tahoe 19 & Bartender 24 - There can be no miracle recoveries without first screwing up.
Tahoe 19 Build
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There is no mistakes.
Only learning experiences. and map holders !!
Oak is over rated, everything about it takes extra time; then it warps, splits or checks !!!
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Mistake? I don't see a mistake. You planned it that way
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The difference between a craftsman and a hack is the craftsman knows how to cover his mistakes.
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I have a friend who's an expert Lyman restoration craftsman and owns/runs a really nice shop. While i was neck-deep in my build, I told him that I was trying to avoid mistakes. I was surprised to hear him say "you think we don't make mistakes?" It was reassuring to hear that we're all human after all!