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Jmfoss03

Greetings from a newbie

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Hello, I've been lurking and reading some excellent recommendations on this site. All feedback has been appreciated and has helped in my first ship build. I have done my fair share of plastic models as a younger person, and more recently HO and N modeling in railroad. I recently picked up a vintage scientific Cutty Sark model at the local thrift store. So this is my first attempt at a wooden ship model. I am probably 90% complete after two weeks of work and am very satisfied with my piece. I have just completed the standing rigging, and just now attaching sails and running rigging. Anyways, just wanted to say hello, and I look forward to learning as much as I can about this wonderful hobby.

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Welcome aboard, Mr. Foss! I used to dabble in trains in my youth and still have my N-gauge stuff boxed away somewhere. Perhaps you saw the recent post on Rod Stewart's layout? Turns out he is quite the accomplished modeler.

 

Warm regards,

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