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Hello from Maine

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Hi, my name is John Bollman. I am working on a 1/96 scale Yacht America from Bluejacket and just completed the USS Constitution from Revell a plastic kit with many wood enhancements and under full sail. I am starting the Charles W Morgan a great American Whaler that has survived and is still afloat in Mystic Connecticut. It is a vintage kit I purchased on eBay that was produced by Marine Model Company. Researching the model build has brought me to this community for advice. I am looking forward to this new experience your help along the way. Please check out my build log and offer any advice you see fit. I am always striving to improve my skills in this hobby and am looking forward to your tips and thoughts. 

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Just south of Portland. Maine has some great seaports to visit and schooner fest to attend. We love Camden. Thanks for the shout out for Maine, it’s good to be aboard and not just a voyeur. Lots of great modeling going on here. 😎

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Welcome to MSW. Nice to see another fellow mainer on this forum.  There is so much to learn and share on the forum. I too will be thinking about a lazy susan at my workbench.

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