Zip Extraction

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twier
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Zip Extraction

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After four years of building my Zip was ready for extraction. The "removable" log wall to our quest cabin needed to be opened for the first time in 40 years. The wall was really stuck and really heavy. Mucho sledgehammer. Zip is out and now probably another mother of all battles to put the wall back in place.
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Steve B.
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Re: Zip Extraction

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Wow! Looks great!
Building a ZZZIP!

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Roberta
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Congratulations. Now let's get it wet.

Roberta :D
Roberta "Queen of the Boat Builders"
Built Zip "Oliver IV", Super Spartan "Jimmy 70", and Torpedo "The Glen L".

Evan
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I think we need more pictures of this one :D

hoodman
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Yeah, that picture is a tease!
Matt

Building a Geronimo......!
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twier
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Re: Zip Extraction

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I'll take some more pictures when I get it back from the upholstery shop, they are all backed up. But in full disclosure the quantity of bling exceeds the quality of construction with this one. :)

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steveh41
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Very cool!
The longest journey begins with a single step… then repeat as necessary!

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