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Thread: Desirable wood for stem/keel/etc for a Tammie Norrie

  1. #36
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    Default Re: Desirable wood for stem/keel/etc for a Tammie Norrie

    Thanks Ken. Definitely addicting! I was thinking of trying my hand at acoustic guitars after the next boat but lately I've been feeling the draw of a strip-built canoe or kayak. I figure the Tammie Norrie will be a 3 year project so plenty of time to figure out what's next.

    Helping the grand-kids build boats sounds like retirement nirvana!

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    Default Re: Desirable wood for stem/keel/etc for a Tammie Norrie

    I got the flats-skiff to where we could use it and we've been using it a LOT! Works great, couple ticky-tack items I need to address, like dry sweatshirt storage for the admiral.

    Gearing up to start my Tammie Norrie in the fall and have a quick question on mold cutting: My thought is to stack up 2 sheets of the mold plywood, trace each mold half-pattern onto the top, cut out the two halves together, then edge-glue them together, maybe with a backer if needed. Was thinking of using carbon paper to do the tracing instead of an awl. Just looking for a sanity check so I can move onto the next thing to think about.

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