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  1. I really enjoy following along with this you’re doing such a great job here
  2. I listened to the podcast and it is an interesting addition to my list. I am looking forward to future episodes
  3. This is really outstanding work and am so glad you are documenting this build so well.
  4. hmm not sure. It seems to be there on my page. (btw I am using Safari on a iMac, not sure how to do it on other browsers)
  5. To put a webpage link into your post you: 1 type what you want for example Check out our club Shipwrights of Ohio 2 highlight the words you want to link 3 goto the tool bar at the top of the post and select the icon that looks like 2 links of a chain 4 after you highlight the word and then hit the link (chain icon) you get a pop up 5 now copy/paste your webpage url into the space 6 then hit the button insert into post 7 now your post (
  6. Wonderful work certainly will be referencing this build many many times in the near future. Query... how often do you need to clean out that model and/or replace the filters?
  7. It has been very inspiring seeing this project progress. I definitely like small boats and don't think they are modeled enough. Looking forward to following along watching a master do his thing
  8. Fantastic progress Glenn. Very motivating to come here and see this coming together
  9. I have used Cases For Collectibles in the past for my small boats and they are very nice cases. I don’t know how they would work out for a very large case like you’re looking for. They have a lot of standard sizes but they also have make completely custom sizes as well.
  10. Outstanding description. It looks really good. I’m very glad that you went ahead and made these pieces yourself. Gives me some inspiration so when I get to that step I’ll try that as well
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