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  1. Build Log Photography

    The thing I like about my iPhone is 30 sec after I take a picture it is synching up with my desktop through the cloud.
  2. Build Log Photography

    Just the phone. I do have a DSLR but my new computer doesn't have any stick readers and haven't figured out how to direct connect with a usb yet.
  3. What have you received today?

    While browsing Amazon I ran into this book. I had not seen it before and the price $10.37 new was too good to be true. Little bit of history, artwork, models, plans and other goodies in there.
  4. Sorry to hear that Chuck and Jack. Take care of family. We will still be here when you get back.
  5. You can look HERE, a dedicated forum using those blanks.
  6. If there was any particularly difficult step or some problem you worked out with a technique or some special jig you can include a discussion of it. May be helpful to others.
  7. Thank you Mike. Paddling is a dream. Fast with little weathercocking, carves a nice turn and rolls super easy. Matches super well with the greenland paddle.
  8. Thank you Druxey. She is very low profile and layback rolls are very nice.
  9. Qajaq in its natural element. It was a great summer and I am sorry to put it away for the winter. I just cant see spending the money for a dry suit when I have too much modeling stuff to buy (cough cough Jim Byrnes).
  10. I likely will not keep this down in my office where I work on the model as it will generate too much dust. It’s a nice thing that the only requirement I had for my wife when we bought our house was that it have a three car garage. Everything else I didn’t really care about. So I have lots of space in the garage for tools and other toys.
  11. I have the option for a large bandsaw on a stand. It is at least a few decades old likely going on 40-50 years or so. Interestingly it has the motor attached underneath the stand with a belt going up through the base to the saw above. It was my grandfathers-in-law and he created many very nice tight pieces with it. There are many different replacement blades and belts in a box as well. My mother-in-law says it works just fine. As soon as I can clean it up and bring it down here will see if it will be adequate for modeling. I have high hopes.
  12. My last base was Nellis and the first time I went to the grocery store was surprised to have to walk past 50 slot machines
  13. Compared to the 17$ breakfast in Tampa that sounds pretty good.
  14. Haven't posted in a long time!

    Glad to see you’re back. Moving certainly takes a lot of work and it’s really takes a lot of time. I’m still moving into my new house. The movers dropped those cardboard boxes off and they’re still in the exact same place eight years later.