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About Gmen44

  • Birthday 01/08/1993

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    Scuba diving, archaeology, local history, woodworking, and models
  1. As I am approaching the process of applying the frieze on my 18th century longboat, I notice that the one's provided in the kit are terrible. As I read through the builds of everyone that has built this wonderful boat, I noticed a lot of you mention printing out Chuck's PDF templates. I feel like I've looked through the entire forum, but I am having no luck finding the PDFs or Chuck's build log. Could anyone point me in the right direction? Your help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. Hi everyone, In a matter of 8 days, I will be graduating with a BA in Anthropology and a BS in Biological Sciences. From there I wil be going to graduate school in Illinois to become a professional archaeologist. Never thought I could make a career out of this, but hard work really pays off, and I have received supervisor positions the past two years for archaeology field schools. Looking forward to getting in the field in May as we begin at a new site in SW Ohio! So essentially I am an archaeologist focusing on Midwestern Native American prehistory. It is my love for history that draws me towards ship modeling. Cheers, Tyler
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