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  1. Brian, I also understand. It is wonderful when we find the things that bring us passion and also have the courage to recognize that sometimes that means letting go of other things. All the best! Scott
  2. Some additional photos from the Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. A great place to visit and yes they have models on display.
  3. We returned from a maritime vacation today Prince Edward Island , New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Lovely weather, people and culture (not to mention the fresh scallops, lobster, crab and cod). In Halifax saw the frigate HMCS Ville de Quebec and HMCS Kingston and toured the HNCS Sackville (the last corvette).
  4. Look forward to this Mike. I have a few plastic kits in my stash I can’t wait to get going on inspired by others here too. That is great your daughter has interest in a kit, my 12 year old daughter loves horses so we are working on a wooden horse automation kit together.
  5. Not that this will really help you but at least 2 such ships were on display in a large downtown Toronto law firm reception area back in the late 1990s. I remember being quite impressed with them at the time and don’t know if they are still there.
  6. I’m partial to the traditional teak. Sorry to hear about the other life news and glad you are able to now take some time for ship therapy.
  7. Wow, looking really great! Have you seen the Occre diorama with the Terror surrounded in ice?
  8. Does anybody ever use solder for PE? I saw an article in finescalemodeller about using it. But it seems to me most just use the glue.
  9. Looking good, the holes are not intended to be fully symmetrical? Scott
  10. I can’t tell from the picture - did you plank the bow reinforcement or is that the sanded ply? It looks like planking and if so those bends look tricky. Scott

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