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Andrea Gail by Popeye the Sailor - 1:20 scale

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I ran across this when I went online this morning.

 

http://my.xfinity.com/articles/entertainment-movies/20170412/US--Perfect.Storm-Ship.Reef/?cid=featuredmovies_media_perfectstorm

 

the Coast Guard ship Tamaroa is being sunk.   not much news to the article,  but there is a link to another news article.   perhaps there is more.

 

 

here's a picture I use as a desktop wallpaper.......

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On 13.4.2017 at 1:08 PM, popeye the sailor said:

I ran across this when I went online this morning.

 

http://my.xfinity.com/articles/entertainment-movies/20170412/US--Perfect.Storm-Ship.Reef/?cid=featuredmovies_media_perfectstorm

 

the Coast Guard ship Tamaroa is being sunk.   not much news to the article,  but there is a link to another news article.   perhaps there is more.

 

 

here's a picture I use as a desktop wallpaper.......

58ef5dfc828b3_AndreaGail.jpg.373397c6d267fa20ec02a2b99f8dcb36.jpg

Beautiful build Denis,

a very nice equiped fishing workboat  

 

Nils

 

 

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thanks Nils.........I finished this one around the same time last year........hard to believe that she's a year old already.  {they grow so quickly}.   she's the result of a spin off hull from the Holiday Harbor project.   there is another one that has left the fold.........I'll be getting to her very soon.  still not sure how she will evolve .....perhaps Forest Gump's shrimp boat? ;)  :D 

 

I take that back........the build was finished in May of 2015!    time really did get away from me! 

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