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About pythagoras

  • Birthday 01/13/1945

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    Barefoot Bay, Fl
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    Currently working on the Queens Barge from Syren while enjoying the St Lawrence river at a rented summer cottage.

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  1. Michael, That is where i found mine! Great job, keep up the great job. Mine is finished and I loved working on the Barge. I just started the Medway longboat as I went into "social distancing" Looks like I'll be here for the duration. At least I'm loving it. Pythagoras (Tom)
  2. A beautiful job Art. I hope all is well with you and yours. Pythagoras
  3. I also agree. Replacement service was excellent, but only needed on a few of the twelve Model Expo kits I have built. Pythagoras (Tom)
  4. Don't give up the ship! Pythagoras (Tom)
  5. Great start MiNi, Welcome to this forum from sunny Florida Pythagoras (Tom)
  6. No pics, but my first favorite sign is in West Virginia. It reads, "LOST CREEK 4 MILES" My second favorite is also in Wv. It reads "LOST CREEK 2 MILES" Vanity plates are also signs :: On a very nice Porsche 911 driven by a beautiful woman:: WAS HIS On my college calculus professor's very old Porsche 356 :: IDERIVE Pythagoras (Tom)
  7. Hello Lukas, My heritage is Czech. Welcome to this most wonderful site. Enjoy!! Pythagoras (Tom)
  8. As Chuck has mentioned in his carving tutorial, common rubbing alcohol is the solvent to use for glue sticks. It has worked perfectly for me. Pythagoras (Tom)
  9. Hello and welcome to this forum from a fellow Floridian. Pythagoras (Tom)
  10. Hi Michael, Those carvings are great. I'm working on mine now. Do realize that you have to carve the back side of the blanks when carving the port side leaves. It was not mentioned in the instructions and there are no port side pictures. I must have had a dream about this as I woke up one morning and said "SHAZAAM" Keep up the nice work. I'll be following you. Pythagoras (Tom)
  11. Building Queen Annes Barge on the St. Lawrence River Pythagoras (Tom)
  12. Matthias, I hope I can make mine look half as good as your barge does. I will be starting it this May. Looking forward to following your log. Pythagoras (Tom)

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