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Panama Port

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About Panama Port

  • Birthday 04/09/1956

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  • Location
    Pedasi Panama
  • Interests
    Poker, Koi Fish, Sport of Curling (International Level Umpire), Investing

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  1. Incredible detail Slog. Still amazing what can come out a piece of paper in the hands of a skilled craftsman. Marv
  2. Hi Keith, probably could. I'll have to look around a little. Finding stuff down here can be a bit of a challenge, but it would add to it for sure.
  3. The chairs really slowed me down. More to do for the upper decks, but I have an idea for a little jig that I might try.
  4. The main deck is pretty much together. It may not stand up to close up scrutiny, but the effect is there. Hopefully the more visible areas will come out a little better. The side walls are removable so the interior can be shown. Marv
  5. This is mine. The actual work area is no great shakes, but the view and the distractions are good.
  6. Finally a little progress. I ended jumping around as I didn't have the proper paint. Most of the furniture for the main deck interior is painted. I have a few odds and sods to clean up and I should be able to start on the second deck.
  7. Isn't there supposed to be a big flappy round thing on the back? Just kidding Mike. Looks fantastic. You will have her sailing the shelf in no time.
  8. Very nice Mike. Coming along very well. Mine is progressing, but not much you can see. Getting into the main deck details and interiors. Waiting on paint hasn't helped either. Getting good quality supplies down here is a slow process. I can do lots, but can't finish much. Marv
  9. LOL It's okay Mike. We are allowed a little slippage every now and then.
  10. Very nice Mike. Good to see some more progress. My Mississippi has been languishing a little lately. Who'd a thunk this retirement life could get so busy. Hopefully your update will motivate me to get back on it. Keep'em coming.
  11. Very nice Slog. They came out great. I don't know if I could muster that much patience. Thanks for the detail. Marv

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