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The captain's wife's cabin is visible with open door. The captain is enjoying a cup of coffee. The skylight as difficult as it required a number of tiny diameter steel rods to be installed through very small basswood strips. I couldn't install the number called for because the basswood would split with the holes that close together. If I were doing it again I'd get some boxwood strips for that. Looks OK tho - painting carefully by airbrush absolutely required to get smooth uniform paint on those small wires.
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