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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Ok, i got the 3 booms painted just like the masts and now installing all the fittings...

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Incidentally, just in case you have not checked this out already, my pal, Pete Langley, who owns the Port Townsend foundry makes some beautiful bronze blocks that match those that those rusty stainless cheek blocks are trying to emulate!
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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Thanks Jay i will look into them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Greer View Post
    Incidentally, just in case you have not checked this out already, my pal, Pete Langley, who owns the Port Townsend foundry makes some beautiful bronze blocks that match those that those rusty stainless cheek blocks are trying to emulate!
    Jay
    http://www.porttownsendfoundry.com/marine-hardware

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Today we got the new tangs on the mast, should start stepping next week!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Looking good, wowswitch! I was at KKMI yesterday helping a friend move his boat there. Took a quick look for Wiletie on my way out, but didn't see her. Hope to see her out on the bay soon.

    Jay, your friend's foundry page is awesome.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Hi bdbfc, its in the water at there dock for the mast to go in. IMG_6336.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by bdbFC View Post
    Looking good, wowswitch! I was at KKMI yesterday helping a friend move his boat there. Took a quick look for Wiletie on my way out, but didn't see her. Hope to see her out on the bay soon.

    Jay, your friend's foundry page is awesome.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    We stepped the main mast to get the new lengths for the wire, all new tangs on also.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    New tangs look sharp.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    wow, looking great, shes lucky she found you.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

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    I took the life lines off to make the rigging easier and i sure like the way it looks! the ones i have are 30" tall one line, im thinking 24" tall two lines would look better... but none looks the best. what do you think?

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    I think it depends on how you use the boat. Offshore? Kids? Happier in a harness with a tether? Do you sail with large groups of friends?

    Boats always look best without them, but there's more to surviving than looks. I think it depends on your situation and the boat. How are the headsails handled? I did see a furler.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    getting closer to put the mast back in... maybe next!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Toady is my mama's birthday, turned 94 years old, took her out for lunch today. she is holding two coins, one is for my dad born 1922 and my mama was born 1924 June 27th and the coins will be placed under each mast on this schooner. mama in the fore mast and dad in the main mast. my dad past away in 2009 RIP, o and lookout my mama is still driving!
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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Well, that is lovely...
    The spars,
    The coins,
    Your Mom, and
    The gesture to tradition.
    Carry on!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Thanks Jackster
    Quote Originally Posted by jackster View Post
    Well, that is lovely...
    The spars,
    The coins,
    Your Mom, and
    The gesture to tradition.
    Carry on!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Very nice!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Ok, today we got the mast up!
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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Congrats! Looks good!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Looking good!!

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    This week we have all the standing rigging done and all 3 booms on. we now start with all new running rigging lines. we may get to sail for the first time this week!
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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    She is really looking more than 'respectable' now. Very nice!
    Nothing like a proper schooner.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    thanks Ned
    Quote Originally Posted by nedL View Post
    She is really looking more than 'respectable' now. Very nice!
    Nothing like a proper schooner.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Looking Good. The travelers are interesting If you have the time some additional photos would be appreciated
    Cheers Len.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Hi Len, not sure who made them but they are nice! keeps the block off the deck. IMG_6154.jpgIMG_6182.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by len hornick View Post
    Looking Good. The travelers are interesting If you have the time some additional photos would be appreciated
    Cheers Len.

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    Default Re: 1927 Schooner "WILETIE" by E.B. Schock repair

    Clever. You usually have to buffer them off the deck at the ends so they don't hook up on the wrong side in a gybe too, so thats really nice design and implementation.

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