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RichardG

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About RichardG

  • Birthday 10/30/1956

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    Round Lake Beach, Illinois, USA

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  1. Model Shipway Ratline tool

    Thanks so much for taking the time to review this product. Richard.
  2. The "What have you done today?" thread.

    Julie, I can't possibly "like" that. I'll just say "ouch!" Stay safe. Richard.
  3. What have you received today?

    EBay were kind enough to send me a $10 off coupon. Unusually for these kind of offers, I only needed to spend $20. So I spent $25.70 and got another book: It is not large but is full of information, including notes and plenty of pictures of contemporary models and drawings. This was brand new with free shipping (arrived in 3 days!). Richard
  4. Wood Project Source?

    I placed a very small order for some Alaskan Yellow Cedar on Dec 14th and it arrived Dec 30th. This was enough for my immediate needs (which at my pace is about 6 months worth!). The single sheet was 0.025 x 3 in + some strips. Quality is excellent. The sheet was a little longer than the 24" specified and they included a few extra strips. I've not used this wood before but it is very nice. I will definitely order from them again (I just wish my budget was big enough for "a dozen of everything"). Richard.
  5. Received my copy yesterday. A 1976 edition (probably a little less accurate!). I only hope the author's already been paid, less than $5 (including shipping!) for a 970 page hard-bound book is not going to make anyone rich. Thanks for the recommendation. Richard
  6. What have you received today?

    At least you got the whole mouse. The cat we had when I was a kid usually only gave us half the mouse (or bird).
  7. New member HMS Pandora

    Try the book by John Mckay in the Anatomy of the Ship series. You should be able to get a good second-hand copy for around $50. The ISBN-13 number is 9780851778945. All the best, Richard.
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