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Guest Chris Beebe   
Guest Chris Beebe

Hi SMCCORMCK , I have one full time and one have time me around the clock. I have two Ocracoke 20 ,and a 256 for a custom, Budgeted time, not enough hours in a day .The 256 goes to the front .I will post moor pics. on friday. Thanks have a good night

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Guest Chris Beebe

Got the bottom planking on to day. First layer of 9mm.6mm tomorrow.

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Action Tiger    139

Oh, I could never work there. Too clean, too many clamps. :)

This is amazing to watch happen. Looks like you work hard and have a good time doing it.

Thanks for sharing, I'm enjoying.

Peace,

Robert

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Action Tiger    139

I don't know man... I got three boats a building in the shop now, too, and I spent all day yesterday cleaning...

I guess now I gotta get some more clamps. :)

It is seriously wonderful to see somebody making something, I hope you can make a living, too, pard.

I had to start calling my stuff art to get enough margin to live.

If you call these boats "art" you can charge whatever you want. Call them kinetic sculpture. :)

I will continue to follow and enjoy.

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Action Tiger    139

Glad you know I'm funnin. Your shop is amazing.

I once worked in a production shop with all the stuff, even a gantry crane. We had wood floors, though. And, tons of clamps.

Now, I work like a caveman. I do got about a hundred clamps, though! :)

Peace,

Robert

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Guest Chris Beebe   
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Finely planking the sides. The 6mm bottom planking was a bit of a pain, Had to drill some weep holes in the ply in the bow section to allow the epoxy to expand. I put two pics off a 20 we are doing . thanks.

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