Worldway

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About Worldway

  • Birthday 10/30/1963

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    : Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
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    Driving my wife nuts. She suggested I get a hobby.

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  1. Looks like it would have been a very interesting lecture. It will be great if she could contribute to the Journal, I would love to read more about this.
  2. I received replacement parts for my BBQ. They are great quality and appear to be better than the originals. I try to BBQ year around but my heat deflectors were rotting away and falling apart. I found this kit on Amazon. I didn't think I needed new burners or crossovers but my BBQ is around 11 years old and I figure they can probably use a replacement as well. Can't wait to replace the parts and throw a 2" thick T-Bone on the grill with a hickory wood smoke pack cooking beside it to add flavour. Not quite sure what the Admiral and deck hands will have.
  3. firsttimer

    Hi Frozen Rabbit, my mother's side of the family hails from Conception Bay. A small town around there. I bought that model about 15 years ago, ironically after I got back from a trip to NFLD. I found it way out of my skill level and it ended up in the garbage about 10 years later. I then found this site and realized that it was better to start small and go big. Good luck with the build and I wish you success. Please start a build log so we can all fall along. It would also be nice if you could tell us your name. We are on a first name basis here. Welcome aboard
  4. I use Lepage Pro Carpenter's Glue. I just looked up the technical data for it and read that it has a shelf life of 18 months from date of manufacture. I believe I have had the glue for at least 3 years and probably longer. It is a 400mm bottle and I have only used about half of it. It seems to still work fine but I'm wondering if I shouldn't replace it anyway.
  5. One thought is to wipe on a coat of polyurethane before painting. Has anyone tried that?
  6. Thanks for the input Carl. Tonight I snapped a blade in half. I'm concerned about my safety. When it snapped it flew up in the air. I've decided that I'm going to start wearing safety glasses in the drydock. It's the second blade I've snapped (first one was a hobby knife blade). Maybe I'm using the wrong tool for the application. Today I ordered a #4 handle and 25A blades. I like to think that it's a little beafier than the #3 with #11 blades.
  7. Just took this picture through my office window. Funny thing though is that it is supposed to be 18 C (64 F) on Sunday and 20 C (68 F) on Monday. And I was going to put my snow blower away for the season. Most people have taken their snow tires off their car. This is going to make for a messy drive home.