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  1. Hi Phil, My name is Phil too. I am so glad i found your log. I was offered this same boat to build and i am ready to learn new skills (I have no experience). I have a question about the last picture (cloth pin and false keel). Does the part that is left thick correspond to the start of the bearding line? In other words did you sand from the bow and stopped at the bearded line? Not sure i am able to figure this one out. Thousands thanks.
  2. This is my first post to say hello and ask for help. I am a total beginner who was offered a 18th century long boat. I am ready to learn new skills however learning the ship building vocabulary is pretty challenging 😞 I have a practical question though that prevents me from getting started. There are two keels and two stems. Am i supposed to glue them together or are there just spare parts? The instruction manual doesn't mention those duplicates. Thank you in advance. PC52

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