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Wallace

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About Wallace

  • Birthday 10/03/1961

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    Virginia USA
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    Photography, keeping fit, my dogs

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  1. I know how you feel mate. I have shelved my Vic for the summer because if other priorities but also because I had an ussue with one part of the hull that is not going how I had hoped. My plan is to step back for a while and regroup. You are right, a build should be fun and not a burden.
  2. I had the very same thought while I was working on my hull. I strengthened up the mast "seats", now the masts have something to hold them (as well as the rigging which, I was told, would be sufficient if it was tensioned correctly. I just wanted that extra assurance that they were sitting nice and firm).
  3. Yes, I like it a lot and as Kevin said, if the rest of the build fits that style then all is good. It's all a matter of taste
  4. I have to agree with the other guys here, your planking is really nice and clean. Great work sir and a good foundation for the next layer.
  5. I had to widen a slot here and there to make the beams fit snugly. I didn't want to shave anything off the beams themselves, it just seemed easier to adjust the appropriate slot.
  6. That is the plan OC. I look forward to "seeing you" then sir.
  7. I am not too familiar with how all that works. I am guessing that the chemical reaction takes place and does its thing with the wood and that's that. Over time there will be some change but that will obviously take a lot longer.
  8. I have decided to shelf the Vic, at least until the summer and all its many chores here on the farm is over. I keep meaning to sit down and do a little here and there but then other things come up. So, I am going to pack her away for a couple of months. Have a good summer everyone!
  9. I too have made that decision OC. I just have too much going on right now. I feel for you with the hay fever sir. I have 10 acres to mow up here and if I don't wear a mask while I do that I am sneezing and crying See you later this year my friend.
  10. Matt you are to be complimented, you are doing a great job on her and keeping an eye out for the details too. Good job sir.

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