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  • Birthday 05/02/1962

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  1. Mayflower 10

    Thank-you John! It will be some time before my San Felipe arrives here in the completed gallery, but it's well under way.
  2. Healed (1024x681) edited 1 copy (1024x681)

    Beautiful job Frank! Congratulations again!
  3. We all hear of storms around the world, and maybe it's close to home for you. If you have a photo of a significant or unusual weather event where you live - please share. It doesn't matter if it's past or present, but please let us know which it is. I'll start with a photo I took this morning. When I went to bed last night there was a very light dusting of snow on the ground, but this is what I woke up to this morning!
  4. Fin 184

    Terrific! I viewed the build of this model so many times on MSW 1.0 for reference that I think I have it memorized.
  5. Outdoor photo of finished model

    Beautiful ship!
  6. qdeckcaprail1stern

    Always amazed at your skill level! Wonderful!
  7. finishedlongboat1

    Just beautiful clean crisp detail!
  8. Mayflower (first build ever)

    Billing Boats 1:60 scale model of the Mayflower
  9. Mayflower 1

    Thanks everyone for your generous comments!

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