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Today was a great day! I pulled my hulls out of the "Man cave" (building shed) my wife has so aptly named. I needed to set the boat in the driveway and assemble it for the positioning of the beam sockets. It is a
much needed boost of motivation after a long year of boatbuilding. No MORE FILLETS. I temporarily set-up
the boat with the crossbeams and center platform and everything seamed to fit. A beautiful thing. All that
is left is the mast, rigging, sails, and road trailer. Hoping for a late summer launch.

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Comment by boatsmith on June 7, 2009 at 5:58am
Cool Rick
Comment by Ann and Neville Clement on June 7, 2009 at 6:55am
Hi,
That sure looks fine! I just saw that you will be on our path south as we sail from New England to Bahamas each year going trough Pamlico Sound each time. We sail offshore mostly the rest of the way, but love that area behind Hatterass. So we hope to see your lovely new boat soon. You did a great job on her. Ann and Nev
Comment by Budget Boater on June 7, 2009 at 8:24am
Great job....sooooo close it hurts, huh?
Comment by Russell and Janet Puryear on April 10, 2010 at 12:47pm
Looks good, congrats on the launch. Can we come see it?

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