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Piet

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About Piet

  • Birthday 04/15/1934

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    Palm Coast, Florida, USA
  • Interests
    technical stuff, steam powered locos & ships, model railroading, wooden ships, ship & aircraft modeling, photography, painting & drawing, astronomy, nature stuff, Biblical research, ancient history, aircraft, flying.

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  1. Good to see you back at the table again Caroline and such great progress too. I like the idea of showing both ways of securing cannons. Most people have no idea this was done at times. Nice work! Cheers,
  2. Nice project Greg. I'll be dropping by so once in a while. Cheers,
  3. I'm still with you Jan. Guns and turrets look great! Cheers,
  4. Very nice progress OC, even starting with wood! Wooden masts, real rope shrouds - - hmmm - before we know it you'l be building a wooden ship from scratch. Cheers,
  5. My best wishes for your wife and I'll certainly try to keep up with your new builds - more Dutch ships!!! Cheers,
  6. Love the photo shoot, very impressive. Lovely work Patrick. Cheers,
  7. Fantastic looking finish on your ship Dave. I'll try to keep up with your next build. Cheers,
  8. So sorry to hear about your past situation, which can never be really forgotten but it seems that you are fighting it quite well. I wish you strength. I'll try to keep up with your builds, looks interesting. Cheers,

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