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    A Mirror 16. An interesting boat, they could probably sell a lot of plans, if they made them available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hwyl View Post
    A Mirror 16. An interesting boat, they could probably sell a lot of plans, if they made them available.
    A quick search on boatdesign.net found this https://www.boatdesign.net/threads/m...6-build.66155/ .
    I've oft thought about one, they were great boats to sail.

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    No need to negatively sell “art” to give compliments. I also make “art”. Like boats, there is a lot of different kinds and types of art, and someone likes them all.

    The one doesn’t detract from the other.

    Thank you all for the kind words. And thanks for the cool info on the Mirror. The big ones are cool, but I’d want a small one, if it were available to me.

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    Wow, Rob - you really are getting great results working with your art medium (media [?]) I enjoy seeing each of your works as you post them ! ! Keep on posting them, please . . . .



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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post

    Thank you all for the kind words. And thanks for the cool info on the Mirror. The big ones are cool, but I’d want a small one, if it were available to me.
    Me too.

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    Day 30 was a doozy! One more day left of boatober…

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    HMS Endeavour. The last day of boatober2022. I had a great time,many I hope you all enjoyed them.
    Maybe we’ll do it all again next year?

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    Rob,

    Thank you very much for sharing your work over the last few months. Every wait was worth it.
    Dwedais "Gwirion", nid "Twp"

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
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    HMS Endeavour. The last day of boatober2022. I had a great time,many I hope you all enjoyed them.
    Maybe we’ll do it all again next year?
    Nice work.
    For the avoidance of confusion, that replica at Whirtby is
    Our authentic replica of HMS Endeavour - which was sailed by Captain James Cook during his scientific expedition of 1768 - has been traditionally built by Whitby craftsmen and stands in the water some 40% of the ships original size.
    There is now also a full size static steel copy at Whitby.
    It really is quite difficult to build an ugly wooden boat.

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    It’s been a pleasure sharing these with you all. Thanks for the kind words, everyone. See you in October.

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    Thanks, Rob. Great pictures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    It’s been a pleasure sharing these with you all. Thanks for the kind words, everyone. See you in October.
    It's been a pleasure for us as well! Many Thanks!

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    We need a song. A Boatober carol that can celebrate the season!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spot View Post
    It's been a pleasure for us as well! Many Thanks!
    I printed 3 or 4 and sent them to Jamie. I somehow feel that he liked them. I'm sure that they were much more appreciated than my chatty letters, I don't really do chatty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish rob View Post
    It’s been a pleasure sharing these with you all. Thanks for the kind words, everyone. See you in October.
    Dude!
    Shirley you will visit before frikkin' October?
    If only for a doodle...

    It is interesting comparing Endeavor's tidy cat 21st century backdrop to what might have been 2-1/2 centuries ago
    The planet is crowded, Ramshackle is dead, and I miss it.
    It has always been my challenge to create a thing that looks 100 years old as soon as it is finished but not in a faux way, in an authentic way.

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