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Robert Sargeant

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  1. Finally on the go; cut outs complete, and test fitted, bob-stay complete but I may have thinned the top section a bit too much - hopefully I can adjust as we go forward. The keel should be complete and the assembly mounted on the backboard by the weekend. I have used 1/4 birch ply so I am not looking forward to fairing the bulkheads but the are solid and seem to be lined up. Still learning (slowly) how to post to the log. The build logs have been an excellent assist - Thank you all.
  2. The parts arrived - Thank you - Excellent I have also ordered the brackets but if there will be a long wait before the next parts order is available please send them. I am just waiting for the new circular saw to arrive to start milling the planks. The format and build logs are extremely helpful - many missteps are being averted.
  3. Just getting started - ordered the cedar parts and will begin cutting out the bulkheads. New to a build log as well as semi scratch building - but I am excited as this looks to be an excellent project with stunning results. Early contact with Chuck has been extremely good as he responded immediately on how to proceed and how to get started. Thank you.

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