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America 1851 by Kevin Kenny - FINISHED

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They both look fantastic Kevin. Especially the scratch built. You did her justice. Gives me something to aspire too along with all the other excellent builders here.

Hope it's ok to include a couple pics from our Tobago Cays vacation back in 2010. We flew over from St. Lucia. The last one of Petit Tabac is my current screensaver.


Flying in to Canouan


A visit to Mayreau


And my current screen saver Petit Tabac 628246046_4MyScreensaverPetitTabac-00813.jpg.49db992dd521da4e17478ef9c257fadf.jpg


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The Caribbean remains a fantastic place to spend your vacation. I have spent almost all of my sundays from age 10 in a sailing boat with the exception of my time in University. I have also been fortunate to sail up and down the Caribbean literally 100’s of times, each time it always feels new and special. I would have made a very happy pirate in the 16th and 17th centuries. 

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Kevin....the case makes a great finishing touch..  And thanks for the extra effort of making the videos.  I found them useful to see how you did various tasks.   I need to use this as inspiration to finish my America, which has languished a bit during the last few busy months.


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