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7 hours ago, druxey said:

The fibreglass cannon look very convincing. I hope no-one loads and fires one by mistake. Thanks for posting the progressive rigging photos. 

 After working in the emergency department for the last 20 years my feeling is that they would probably intentionally load it up and fire it just to see what would happen with the resulting trip to see my fellows 😩.   I put nothing past the “hold my beer watch this “crowd. 

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Not many photos today. Weather has been very dramatic with rain fog sunshine and wind. But warm, which is a nice change. We put in the a Bowsprit and Jibboom with 80% of its rig in place but dangling. So we’ve spent the last two days attaching the inboard ends of stuff and tensioning it. All the standing rig on the bow is served wire rope. There are deadeyes on much of it and tightening the lanyards requires the use of a chain fall, which is difficult to safely manouver into positions it needs to be in out on the headrig.

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