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About Elijah

  • Birthday 08/12/2002

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    Elijah Jennison

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    Chicago Area
  • Interests
    Ship building, reading, and playing the cello.

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  1. Your Pilot Boat looks fantastic. Congratulations on finishing your build.

  2. Fife rail

    Thank you very much! It now feels like a long time ago that I got that kit, even though it's not even two years since I got it.
  3. Stern

    Thank you!
  4. The model shipways kit of Phantom that I completed March of this year.
  5. Birthdays

    Thank you Ken.
  6. Oops, wrong appliance! Actually, the thing doesn't even work at all. In the winter time, my room is generally the coldest in the house. The house was built in 1888, and I can't be certain, but it might be as old as the house.
  7. Thanks Ken! I don't usually run it, except for when it REALLY gets hot! To tell you the truth, the cover is barely hanging on. I may need to tape it if it comes off, if only to keep all the dust inside of it.
  8. This is my 30" x 30" workbench with my most used tools. The reason it is so clean is because I just re-arranged it.
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    Wow! How did you make the display case part? It looks like it came straight out of a museum!
  10. angle illuminated

    Amazing! I love your illumination!
  11. DSC03215

    Your ship looks fantastic, as well as your display stand !
  12. IMG 1816

    Amazing !
  13. 20160106094643

    Amazing! The size of the cannons boggles the mind! The ships boat as well! Very fine work! Great job !
  14. P1094617

    That looks really good!
  15. Front Full Isometric

    Great job! That's a nice ship you have there!

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