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  • Birthday 11/28/1960

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  1. My shipyard supervisor, Merlin hard at work. He is two year old rambunctious black Labrador.
  2. Thanks for another excellent video Paul. You have a real knack for explaining and demonstrating techniques - I always learn something from watching these. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise.
  3. Patrick, As a fellow small business owner, I feel for you. Cash flow is king for us and it doesn’t take a lot to stretch our reserves. Add to that the fact that owning your own business is a recipe for slavery.... Still, it has all the advantages and freedoms that no other job can offer. I hope you can weather this little storm and get back into clam waters and smooth sailing soon.
  4. I look forward to following your progress on this one Kevin.
  5. Thanks Lou - yeah, that whole next year thing has me worried..........
  6. You better believe it Kevin! Always in the sh......t - its only the depth that varies! 😉 Actually, that’s not really true - I have a very understanding and supportive wife. She seems to know that allowing me to indulge in tools ultimately will benefit her...... I just hope that when I die, she doesn’t sell all my tools for what I told her I paid for them................
  7. Thanks Sam, The inlay came from Inlay Product World https://www.inlays.com/
  8. I've been occupied outside of the shipyard for a while with "other" projects. The most recent has been this musical jewellery box that I made for my wife's birthday. The musical mechanism plays 'Hedwig's Theme' from Harry Potter, which is one of her favourites. Oh, I didn't do the parquetry myself - just attached and inlaid it. Nevertheless, there is quite a lot of woodwork in this little piece! The box is made from walnut. I gave it to her today and as you can see she has already started to fill it up. It seems to have been a big hit, so I'm out of the dog house for a little while at least...
  9. Looking good David. If you’re worried about paint getting under the edge of your masking tape, try sealing the “wet” edge of the tape with a coat of clear varnish first.
  10. I’ve been experiencing the same problems (and I don’t use windows).
  11. Great to see you back at the bench Patrick, with your lovely model. Welcome home!
  12. I love the Chris Craft boats. Are you going to make this a working RC model?
  13. Outstanding, as always, Rusty. I look forward to following your next project.
  14. Looks pretty good to me B.E. and knowing your attention to detail, I suspect you will be dissatisfied if you decide NOT to do the other 11 guns. So best you get back to it!!!😉😄😄😄

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