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|Author:||Awetcanoe [ May 22nd, 2008, 12:42 pm ]|
Looking nice, and it was nice to meet you and Lady BK up at P-fest.
|Author:||Battenkiller [ May 28th, 2008, 5:40 pm ]|
Next installment of BK's breakfast boat blog:
Not exactly breakfast time, but you can read it with your coffee and dessert.
Oh... we're well ahead of the blog as far as progress goes. I guess building a boat is easier than blogging about it, but not as much fun as bragging about it. That being the case, I thought I'd post a shot of Nymph as she sits on the form after being glassed:
OK... a couple more:
This one shows her all sanded and off the form, getting her birth weight measured.
The answer to your question? ... A trim 12 lb. 12 oz. baby girl, not yet faired or glassed on the inside (yes, we subtracted the weight of the stick and rope).
Finally, a shot of Lady BK hard at work under the ever-present glare of the halogen work lights, fairing out the inside with an assortment of BK's favorite specialty tools:
|Author:||Dan Miller [ May 28th, 2008, 6:13 pm ]|
Looking good BK, you should be on track to bring her on the boat show circuit (along with your Scherzo) this summer...
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