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#1961
dkuehn

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Dkuehn;

 

Would you like the long or short answer to that question? :-)

 


 

Nice Saw.  I hope you enjoy visiting it from the Living Room Sofa.

 

I already have my hobby table set up in there. I use the vacuum to keep the dust down.

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#1962
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Your wife is a gem!
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A mighty fortress is our God a bulwark never failing!


#1963
Mike Dowling

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Oh you are going to need far more space than that !!!!!


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Current boat build:

Chaperon sternwheel steamer 1884.

 

 

Previous boat builds:

Constructo Lady Smith kit/scratch build

OcCre Santisima Trinidad Cross Section

Constructo Robert E Lee Paddle Steamer

Constructo Louise, steam powered river boat

OcCre Bounty with cutaway hull

Corel Scotland Baltic Ketch (not on MSW)

OcCre Spirit of Mississippi paddle steamer (not on MSW)

 

In the Gallery:

Constructo Lady Smith

Constructo Robert E Lee

Constructo Louise

OcCre Bounty

OcCre Spirit of Mississippi

 

 

 


#1964
cog

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For the wife?????


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Carl

Builds
Kit Wood
Dolphyn [Corel] 1:68, Higaki Kaisen [Woody Joe] 1:72
Kit Plastic

IJN Musashi [Tamiya] 1:350

 

Finished builds

Scratch: Sea Witch 1:109


#1965
Nirvana

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The Admiral came home after a three day meeting yesterday on my birthday.
She had a great maritime gift for me, a new shower curtain.
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Edited by Nirvana, Yesterday, 10:00 PM.

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Respectfully

 

Per aka Dr. Per

 

Ship modeling is a long lesson in patience - Me

It's better to get something done later than never

 

Denial is futile, MSW is here to stay.

 

 Therapy for Shipaholics

 

Finished: T37, BB Marie Jeanne - located on a shelf in Sweden

Current: America by Constructo, Harley almost a Harvey , 18th Century Longboat, Solö Ruff

National Research Guild Member - 'Taint a hobby if you gotta hurry


#1966
dkuehn

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One more delivery I got today, the saw was a Christmas present and this is my birthday present. Looks to be a very high quality kit, looking forward to working on it, but I'm gonna wait until I get at least one of the kits I'm currently working on finished. 

 

 

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#1967
GemmaJF

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Well we all know half the fun of being a modeller is that little packages arrive all the time, making every other day like Christmas! So this morning box arrived, all eager I open it up, hmmmm boring old dust mask, even I can't get excited about that. Now usually I would unpack everything, peer in the box, shake it to make sure I hadn't missed anything, rummage through all the packing, but no it was just a dusk mask so I put it to one side in the delivery box for when required. This evening though checking emails I saw Amazon hadn't only dispatched the dust mask in the delivery, but also this:

 

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So I ran downstairs immediately to hunt in the bottom of the box  :D  :D

 


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If it is not a challenge, it is just a chore...





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