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Kenneth Powell

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About Kenneth Powell

  • Birthday 12/22/1961

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    Biloxi, MS

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  1. This is really looking great and growing before our eyes. Issue Slim sun block before the FL sun bleaches his bones 😀 Kenneth
  2. Everything looks great, the color, fit and finish. This is a really nice build. And it looks like Slim is putting on a little muscle mass from all the hard work. 🙂 Kenneth
  3. I have been working on my Rattlesnake: Finished the anchors Finished other deck additions Painting cleats for later installation: Comments Welcome Kenneth
  4. The bulkheads break easily and when you least expect it. She's looking good, good luck with the rest of them. Kenneth
  5. Now that the guns are in I installed the fixed gangways. The guns under the gangway are very cramped even though the measurements came off the plans. Comments welcomed. Kenneth
  6. Nice color. Love it. Several boats at the annual wooden boat show here in Biloxi use this shade or one really close for the classics. Kenneth
  7. Thanks Martin for the tip, the comment and the like. Thanks to everyone for the likes. Kenneth
  8. I decided to simplify the gun rigging and finish their installation. Comments Welcome Kenneth

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