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  1. Hi Mr P not sure either but now think they go to number 42 and 43 you will see it under fore topgallant sail Regards Richard
  2. Hi Mr P just looking in the AOS Endeavour book I have and here are some pic's of the area you ask I think they go to B (Bits)which is for Fore topsail sheet I have to finish my Endeavour and still got that to do Regards Richard
  3. What a fantastic cabin, the wood work is so exquisite and the person who took the pictures did a great job πŸ‘ will look forward to what you come up with. Regards Richard
  4. That's a nice picture you have of the corridor and stairs Keith, and they look very fancy and elegant, your stairs are looking brilliant too πŸ‘. But if you did as per Pat and leave the above deck companion loose you could lift and show someone if interested πŸ€”. Have been playing in the main cabin myself, but only have a sketch from LB Jenson which is not of the Bluenose, but I assume it would have been very similar for a Fishing Schooner of the period, will be leaving the Companion Way loose. REgards Richard
  5. Very nice engine telegraph pedestal and GPS box and stand Do you have a 1/35 figure and take a picture of it standing on your brilliant stand by the wheel. Regards Richard
  6. Hi Wally you can get some Swiss Pear at A&M wood specialty in Cambridge Ontario and Boxwood And pear at Gilmer wood in Portland US Regards Richard
  7. Hi Jim will be sending the whole saw back to you for an update in the next couple of daysπŸ˜πŸ‘ thanks a lot. Received the slide plate and other goodies today looks excellent and will try it out once I get saw back. Best regards Jim Richard
  8. Very nice Mark and do like the looks of that rope πŸ‘ Regards Richard
  9. Great start on the decking that Maple looks brilliant πŸ‘ Regards Richard
  10. Lovely pictures Robin do want to visit Lunenburg one day hopefully after this virus disappears πŸ‘ Regards Richard
  11. Its only 997 Km or 11 hrs 27 mins that's a bit an't it that would be a lovely motorbike ride. Home made fruit scones jam and clotted cream yummy 🍺 and lucky for us on the Island we have only had approx 150 cases of the virus 😷 πŸ˜„ Regards Richard

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