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  1. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    Thanks a lot everybody for chiming in, I really appreciate your thoughts and advice!

    We spent some time researching and coupled with Denise's advice we consulted with a local pro-kitchen outfit...
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    Re: Bad news for North Americans!

    Or "GREAT News" from my perspective. This is GREAT news for me. Mo' winter, mo' better.

    It's a big country and Florida is open for business!
  3. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    Denise, what is the minimum CFM you would recommend for my set-up? The more I look at those under-cabinet hoods as suggested by Gib Etheridge the more options there seem to be since the motor and fan...
  4. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    We're not getting those hoods I pictured, they are no-go due to height requirements. We are not installing cabinets, it's going to a open-shelf concept. The kitchen in the darkest room in the house...
  5. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    Thanks for the tips and encouragement and pro advice on managing expectations. Mrs Callsign has actually been talking about the ZLINE hood like this one pictured and made phone calls. Unfortunately...
  6. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    So is the new photo posting method not working anymore? I can't get them to upload from computer. Back to hosting?

    Here's the kitchen and you can see the corner for the exit to the exterior....
  7. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    1970's energy crunch kind of construction. It's weird. However, it's a very comfortable and well built house, I actually didn't even notice it until we started this hood fun. Also the ceilings are...
  8. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    Hi Denise, thanks for chiming in.

    I do not have a commercial range, and I am not looking for a commercial hood. I would like just a little bit of exhaust without hitting my head. Any normal off...
  9. Re: Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainst

    Nice guys! Thank you!

    CanoeYawl thanks for the Panasonic tip from your experience.



    Vent to the exterior, using a soffit since sending the exhaust through the wall or the ceiling is not...
  10. Range hood vs wall exhaust fan in kitchen-- some ceiling height problems. Brainstorm

    I would like a range hood with clearance for my height. I do not want a recirculating hood, I want exterior venting of some degree so my bedroom doesn't smell like stale meat.

    My kitchen has a gas...
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    Re: Woodwinds 2015/2016 Caribbean "cruise"

    LOL

    If I'm cool as you when I'm your age, I'll consider that a success. Good luck and have fun pickin' up babes with that thing. When can you drink again?
  12. Poll: Re: single chine, multi chine lapstrake or smooth round hull for motorsailer?

    I raise you a single chine:

    https://storerboats-2pcvbeepenn1.netdna-ssl.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Storer-Beth-001-2-Medium-Custom-560x359.jpg
  13. Re: George Holmes' Eel comes out of the shed at Iron Wharf, Faversham

    Baloney website. Selling a boat but won't let you look at the non-thumb pictures without registering. Get out of here.
  14. Re: Watched a good boat movie last night on Netflix

    DOH, Canada!
  15. Re: Watched a good boat movie last night on Netflix

    Did you stream this? Not coming up for me. Wth.
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    Re: Waterproof binoculars not waterproof

    Salt.

    I will call Bushnell and see what they say. I figured unless I register a device with the manufacturing company and have a claim within a tight specificed time-frame or specifically shop at...
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    Waterproof binoculars not waterproof

    My 7x50 Bushnell somewhat-cheap binos that were supposed to be "waterproof" are evidently not, as I found out after a small swim in the bilge. One "monocular" has water in it the other stayed dry....
  18. Re: Two Luggers At Play | Wooden Boats Sailing & Rowing

    Glad you used the story! Very fun. Whatever you did to affix the partner and mast step to the transom is what you need to do to the transom to the boat! A buoyancy compartment/thwart combo that...
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    Re: Doug Hylan Crab Skiff build in Florida

    OOooOoh right! It was a Matinicus, I forgot. I really love both your Cricket with it's dashing raked mast and the Hylan one as well. Daydreaming into the future it would be a tough decision between...
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    Re: Doug Hylan Crab Skiff build in Florida

    You sold The Windward 15 Stretch? What are your thoughts between the Windward and the Beach Pea in terms of sailing?

    Nice job old surfer, what rig are you considering?
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    Re: New English Gartside build photo’s

    Absolutely fetching to my eye, and +1 Edward Pearson post 6.
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    Re: Best additive for non sag epoxy glue??

    A nice alternative to the silica is Cell-o-fill by MAS. Cellulose based, doesn't billow, not as hazardous, easy to work with. Been using it a lot on several boats, very nice. Available at CLC.
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    Re: 16 lyss #993

    Is this one Old Wharfs/Walter's?
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    Re: 16 lyss #993

    Yes return and buy correct, and yes, replace with stainless.
  25. Re: Source for Meranti in central Maine.......?

    Goose Bay Lumber in Chichester NH. Big selection-- Meranti, Okoume, Marine A/B Fir, great selection of lumber too including harder to find stuff. Owner dabbles with wooden boats, wood surfboards, etc...
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    Re: Storer Sailing Canoe

    Is that a sleeve along the head of the lug that accepts the yard?
  27. Thread: WHY?

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    Re: WHY?

    Yeah, agreed. At least he's building/doing something. I'm not too keen to rain on someone else's parade.
  28. Re: Canoes A Natural History in North America (Book)

    I saw this book in Minneapolis recently and it went right onto my Christmas list, for sure. A gorgeous book!
  29. Re: The Strange Ordeal of the Normandier (Blackwater) Book

    You sir, are a tenacious one with good memory! Thanks for the update.
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    Re: HiLiner on VT CL

    We're getting close for sure...
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    Re: Shallow water Canoe, guide boat type plan

    This is a very romantic punt, Rob. Reminds me of the punt in American Boys Handy Book. Your design?
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    Re: Ugly paint scheme on VT CL dory

    Perhaps to the beholder, however it's actually following a traditional paint scheme for Grand Banks Nova Scotian dories.
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    Re: Now this tickles my fancy !

    OCH just sent an email about this with video
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    Re: rowing dory on vt cl

    What kind was it?

    I missed the post, out of town.
  35. Re: Sailing Dory, opinions on contemporary designs?

    I'm a little "eh" on the Southwester Dory. There is not a lot of internal volume, (especially with the outboard well). The Lark and the Sea Swift are big volume dories, the SW Dory is in a different,...
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    Re: Shallow water Canoe, guide boat type plan

    Upping the length to 14' will help you considerably with your weight request of 400lbs, and even then you'll be pushing it. My friend and I trip in a Snowshoe Explorer 14, with gear we come slightly...
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    Re: Hey garret.... Vtcl

    Woah
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    Re: Nutshell on vt cl

    Nice one.

    Keep 'em coming, I'm pretty much totally dependent on you for the CL postings in VT. Thanks for your hard work!
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    Re: Norway in November

    +1 this, and if you're fit sign up for the city-bike program and ride around that way, great way to see the city. I did it in November no problems, a little chilly but what the hell. You can ride...
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    Re: Harry Bryan Betty

    The light-blue ceiling in the porch is also traditional in New England and very common in the Victorian homes (and the NH Statehouse!), I wonder if it is/was for the same reason?
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    Re: Mirror dinghy kit

    International processing, customs, one-off pallet of wood for a single customer. The volume and economics of your single shipment is just not in your favor. You're in a corner and can't compete and...
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    Re: Mirror dinghy kit

    If it becomes your only option I think you have to suck this one up. It's comparable to big kit delivery costs in the US, domestically sourced and delivered. A boat somewhat compared to the Mirror in...
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    Re: Ducker Resto

    This is very cool. I am very excited for you and I'm looking forward to seeing how this turns out. I sailed Ben's ducker (Greenbriar) and a York this summer. They are fun, surprisingly fast boats...
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    Re: Bantry Bay Gig Cruise

    It starts today!? DAMMIT!
  45. Re: Am I the last Rhode Island clam chowdah holdout?

    YEA FIGMENT! Thanks for the tip! AhHA! I went to Block Island last week to sample The Beachhead's RI Clam Chowdah (they call it B.I. Chowdah but we know what it truly is.) I got off the boat and...
  46. Re: Mystery small cruising sharpie near Brisbane - Maid of Moreton

    https://s1.postimg.org/yj2o0a74f/jsw_image007.jpg

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  47. Re: Mystery small cruising sharpie near Brisbane - Maid of Moreton

    Throw up some links to your pics we can help
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    Re: Lugger? Whatever, I like it.

    This has bumped around a bit, and it's still nice to watch everytime. A scaled-up shellback with a Ness Yawl rig... Interesting and looks fun.
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    Swin Swale and Swatchway-- book

    If you do any kind of small boat cruising, open-boat and/or shallow draft, this is a funny, apropos book that belongs on your shelf for either winter or berth reading. Throughout the entire book I...
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    Re: Longer Tiller? Oar Steering

    Dory's can be tough with the reversed transom. The problem is getting full range of the rudder without having to go to the lee side. As an example, I, as a performance sailor, enjoy longer tillers...
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