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Garibaldi Maritime Museum's Model Boat Show-Labor Day Weekend Aug.31st-Sept.1st

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Ahoy Mates

 

It's the Annual Garibaldi Maritime Museum's Model Boat Show where we builders are there to show just how we make our models. The  Museum is in Garibaldi ,Oregon on HWY 101  in the south end of town. The Show welcomes us builders each year where we have tables to work on and share our models and how we build to the visitors of the Museum over the two days from 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday. If you would like to join us in building or just sharing with us please contact me here on MSW's before the show next weekend. I can give you more details then. This will be our 4th year at the show. Each year gets better. I will have my completed Cheerful and Nina on display and will be working on planking my MSW's 1/64 Confederacy. Please contact me with any questions you have about the show.

 

Thanks Keith and Boris

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Ahoy Dave

 

That's my new cat Boris. He's a 1 year old Russian Blue who gets into everything ad has the loudest voice I have ever heard from a cat. His only negative thing so far is that he was used to being outside,but with me now he's going to have to be an inside cat. He's not liking it sometimes and yowels . He's getting better-yoweling less. I just have to get ued to a very young cat,and let him hae time to adjust to a new home and being inside.

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Last call for the Garibaldi Maritime Museum's Annual Model Boat Show -building Demo August 31st and September 1st

 

Come and visit a great Maritime Museum with excellent exhibits and watch our ship model builders work on their ships,answer any questions or just be a pest. I will be there with my Syren HMS Cheerful ,Amati Nina and a great total scratch build of a 1/64 Confederacy-Admiralty Style showing Gary Ison's master model maker work . Here's Boris checking it out from the inside. At the Garibaldi Maritime Museum,Garibaldi,Oregon on HWY 101 with the orange Channel Buoy out front. South end of Garibaldi on the hill side of the HWY. 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday. Please message me for any other info here. Hope to see you there.

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