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  1. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    It's somewhat difficult to understand that those 4 photos are of the SAME object!!
    Nice!

    Regards,
    Alan
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    Re: 3 Rivers Race 2022

    Hello Q,

    Well!!!
    That's a wonderful film. People having an awful lot of fun!!!
    Must watch it at least twice.
    Thanks for posting it.

    Regards,
    Alan
  3. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    The way you do each step with such precision is truly amazing to me.

    I continue to seem to find every possible pitfall.

    I enjoy seeing how you work... and what you produce....
  4. Re: Just launched my first boat and now thinking about the next…

    Hello Darren,

    I'm pleased to see your post and will be interested in seeing what you decide to build.

    I noticed that you're from Hokkaido.
    I've learned about Hokkaido while watching the "Wild...
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    Re: Want to see me build a 30' Chesapeake Deadrise?

    Hello Walt,

    I was SO PLEASED to see your latest post AND to see that it included a VIDEO!!!

    I feel that now that I've seen and heard you, your project seems much more 'real' to me.
    I'll...
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    Re: Cruise of the Ketch Julia

    Hello J.M,

    Continuing to enjoy your wonderful photos and interesting notes and descriptions.

    I prepare a mango for my wife's breakfast almost every morning....from now on I'll be reminded of...
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    Re: Selway Fisher Clyde 18

    Hello bl,

    I've been silent but have continued to enjoy your progress photos.
    AND, what progress you've made in just a year!!!
    It's an interesting boat and I'll be glad to hear how you enjoy...
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    Re: Boat Launch Invitation

    Hello Mark,

    A BIG day for both of you and for Mimi Jane!!!

    I spent some time looking through many of the photos on your fb page. What a wonderful process they show.
    It looks like the cats and...
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    Re: Happy birthday to Ed Harrow…

    Hello Ed,

    Happy Birthday!

    When your notes arrive they always cause me to pause...

    They remind me of how good I was at restoring and old Corvette....
    and how bad I am at trying to build a...
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    Re: Lake MacQuarie Classic Boat Association

    Hello StTN,

    A very nice detail for the dashboard.
    The upholstery appears to be really well done.

    The boat has a very 'speedboat' look about it!!!

    I enjoy seeing your photos.
    Thanks for...
  11. Re: Cut Water and Transom Band Fabricator Found - Ken Bassett Rascal Build

    Hello TM,

    The cutwater and transom trim look terrific!

    What sort of info did you need to give the fabricator?
    Did you need to bring the boat to him?

    Regards,
    Alan
  12. Thread: Insurance

    by Alan71
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    Re: Insurance

    Hi Dh,

    I'd be cautious about trying to slip something past the insurer.

    The last thing you want is to give the 'insurer' an 'out' if you make a claim.

    Perhaps Hagerty in Traverse City?
    ...
  13. Thread: A Pie For Joe

    by Alan71
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    A Pie For Joe

    Hello Joe,

    There's an interesting review of a newish pizza place in Sheepshead Bay in today's (Wednesday) Food Section of the New York Times.

    More than a few other 'slice shops' are mentioned...
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    Re: Cruise of the Ketch Julia

    Hello JM,

    I'm enjoying your photos and the story you're telling with them.

    The 2 of you look so pleased in all the photos.

    Thank you for making the effort and taking the time to post.
    ...
  15. Re: Repair/maintenance of the Keel of my '57 CC sedan

    Hello mp,

    Perhaps you might contact the 'Allegheny Chapter of the ACBS' (the Antique and Classic Boat Society) to learn if that organization might be a source of information on your boat and also...
  16. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    As usual I'm amazed at the curves and your execution of them.

    They're right out there... no place to hide... they're either right or they're not!

    Man you're really something.
    ...
  17. Re: How common tare the comparatively narrow flats (or reverse deadrise) at the chine

    Hello,

    I've only been around for a couple of years but I miss MMD too.

    It's sorta like he's several posters.... he could post those photos of the mega-maxi yachts, or fishing boats leaving...
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    Re: From my window, 10 minutes ago

    "Room With a View" !!

    Double Nice!
  19. Re: Repair/maintenance of the Keel of my '57 CC sedan

    Hello mp,

    I took another look at the 2 photos you posted in #31 in your original post. It seems to show a very nice cruiser.

    I'm surprised though that a boat that looks that good above the...
  20. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    Such a finely detailed little boat!

    I hope coming up with these schemes of just how to do things gives YOU as much pleasure as seeing them gives ME!!

    Regards,
    Alan
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    Re: You All Make Models For Fun?

    Hello Etdb,

    Lovely little boats you build!
    And what a nice spot to work in!!

    Have you ever considered modeling CLC's Autumn Leaves Canoe Yawl?
    I think it has a very nice shape that would...
  22. Re: Repair/maintenance of the Keel of my '57 CC sedan

    Hi imposter,

    Based on the little bit of prop shaft and even smaller corner of strut base seen at the top of your 2nd photo I'm thinking 'forward' is to the left and 'aft' to the right in that...
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    Re: Things we don't see ads for any more

    Hello LG,

    I've been drinking "GRIPE" for about 60 years.....3/4 Sprite and 1/4 Welch's no sugar added Grape Juice.

    Try it!
    And, it doesn't taste like grape popsicles!

    Regards,
    Alan
  24. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    I'd like to ask about the boards you're working on.

    What have you done or what will you do to help prevent the sole boards and ceiling battens from cupping after they're in place?
    ...
  25. Re: Token A major restoration project of a James Silver Western Isles Motor Sailer

    Hello Simon,

    I'm sorry to hear of your injury!

    I hope the healing is quicker than you're thinking and you can get back on both feet soon.

    Regards,
    Alan
  26. Thread: Blue Moon 2

    by Alan71
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    Re: Blue Moon 2

    Hello Q,

    What a lovely tale!

    Only one thing really matters......" Lower her into the water for the fist time in 23 years..." .

    Regards,
    Alan
  27. Re: What do you use under scarfing and on the floor to protect from epoxy?

    Hello DT,

    I found that raising the stringer pieces up using blocks seemed to give me better control of the clamps and a better view of the amount of 'squeeze-out' the joint had.

    Regards,
    Alan
  28. Re: What do you use under scarfing and on the floor to protect from epoxy?

    Hello DT,

    I used some ordinary waxed paper below the scarfed joint in the engine stringers for the little runabout I'm building.

    That was used on my workbench surface, but would be too slippery...
  29. Thread: Blue Moon 2

    by Alan71
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    Re: Blue Moon 2

    Hello Q,

    I'd say she's ready for the PARTY!

    The paint looks terrific!!

    I hope you and she get along well and have a good time!!!

    Regards,
    Alan
  30. Re: Are you interested in hearing about my trip to Africa?

    Hello Ted,

    I think the last photo in #204 of the lone elephant must be the most striking of all the photos you've posted.
    We're only sharing the earth with creatures like that.
    And we forget...
  31. Re: Are you interested in hearing about my trip to Africa?

    Hello Ted,
    I'm enjoying what you're posting SO much!!!

    I'm looking at the first 4 fotos in post #148 ( 3 giraffes and bounding gazelle) and then the last foto in post #151.
    Are we seeing the...
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    Re: 1964 Cruisers 17' Hull Repair Questions

    Hello Fred,

    What a nice looking runabout you have!
    I'll bet it's a lot of fun!

    About the 'lifting ring' on the deck that pcf mentions....
    Typically the 'ring' connected to some sort of rod...
  33. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    Lovely Work!

    I really like the contrast of the white paint and bright finished sole and bulkheads.

    Any chance the the sole (6 pieces) could be bright and the ceiling (10 pieces)...
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    Re: Want to see me build a 30' Chesapeake Deadrise?

    Hello Walt,

    That photo shows a serious amount of work.

    Very heavy bottom stringers and a beautiful 'sweep' to the shear.

    You sure know how to do this stuff!

    Regards,
    Alan
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    Re: Scorpion fast refit

    AND, it appears "a good time was had by all" !!

    What nice photos!

    Alan
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    Re: Chesapeake bay fishing boat

    Hello Walt,

    Happy Birthday!!!

    Back in post #110 you mention 2 grand kids, with "more on the way".... and now I see 6!!!!!

    What a good life you have!!!!!!

    Take Care!
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    Re: 19ft barrelback build glen L design question

    Hello rn,

    You've mentioned that this boat you'll build may well spend a lot of time on the trailer being admired.

    Perhaps watching and listening to this video will encourage you to get it on...
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    Re: 19ft barrelback build glen L design question

    Hello rn,

    I'm pleased to see your post here.

    Have you taken the time to take a thorough look at the Barrelback threads on the Glen L Forum?
    There are some very detailed threads with many many...
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    Re: Want to see me build a 30' Chesapeake Deadrise?

    Hello Walt,

    Nice to see your progress!

    That piece of plywood at the shear clamp and the use wedges to help move those strips into position/submission is a very 'thoughtful' solution!!!

    On my...
  40. Thread: Wood despair

    by Alan71
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    Re: Wood despair

    Hello mtmn,

    I'd also at least make a call to CLC as steamboat suggests.

    When I began my little runabout project I knew nothing about selecting materials, woodworking, or boat building.

    The...
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    Hello Larks,

    I read what you post, examine in detail the photos you include, and have watched the video. But I make no comment... and I know I SHOULD.
    But I can't, because I don't know what to...
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    Re: Caption this Photo

    Grandson,

    "I wish he'd let me steer...."
    "That looks like fun!"
  43. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    Happy New Year!

    I am sad to think of you giving up Janet!
    Your link to the video really brought home to me what you're losing!
    I have a car that I've had since it was new 50 years...
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    Re: Best. Unlisted. Phone Number. Ever.

    Hello,

    What made the phone books especially useful was that the various books for a certain area (commercial, residential, local town) were different thicknesses so they could be used in various...
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    Re: Lake MacQuarie Classic Boat Association

    Hello Steve,

    That appears to be a nice project to be involved with.

    The deck certainly looks like it will be beautiful when you're finished. What material (if any?) is under the deck planking?...
  46. Re: Merry Christmas to us we bought a Tesla Long range in Blue today

    Hello Joe,

    The DB5 in #151 has a band of bright metal around it's perimeter that helps define the shape.

    Might that work well on your version?

    Regards,
    Alan
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    Re: Want to see me build a 30' Chesapeake Deadrise?

    Hello Walt,

    I'm sorry to read that you're giving up posting!

    I look for your updates every day.

    I enjoy the posts not only because you show and explain what you're doing but also because you...
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    Re: Baby Boat - the one sheet boat madness continues

    Hello,

    "Finally, we tried to test the limits of the load-bearing capacity by putting a third person on board."

    BUT!!!! Now you can say "Rub a Dub Dub Three Men in a Tub" !!!!!

    Some great fun...
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    Re: forbidden bilge topics

    Build a tree.
    https://imgur.com/gallery/oAGUfYe

    Hello,

    What is that tool that's he is using to stick the pieces of tree together?

    Is it a chain saw that runs in REVERSE????

    Regards,
  50. Re: The believed abstraction of a 12 foot clinker dinghy.

    Hello Mike,

    I'd say that Janet is quite fortunate to have YOU tending to her needs.
    But I think you're lucky too having such a pretty old boat to work on.

    Thanks again for showing us what...
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