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FlounderFillet5

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About FlounderFillet5

  • Birthday 03/27/1988

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    Ormond Beach, FL
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    Building things, model ship building, flying RC Helicopters, video games, fishing, firearms, hunting(well, getting into this... hopefully I will bag something this Fall/Winter)

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  1. The Thompson collection was a lot bigger than I expected, very neat exhibit! I thought it was interesting to see some of the design choices the builder made, he didn't seem to care about scale when it came to planking, for example. It was surprising to see so much bone and ivory being used as well. In definitely glad I went.
  2. Awesome! And thanks for the info. I think I'm going to wash up when I get off of work in an hour and head on over.
  3. Is this collection still on display? I am in Toronto for work for a few days. Also, any other notable maritime exhibits or ships in the area?

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