Stopped on my way back from Camdenton a couple of weeks back for some evening fishin’ on Lake of the Ozarks. Pepper the dog was just chillin’ with me. Fish didn’t pay us no mind, but we had a relaxing couple hours 😉
Finally, everything is together!! I couldn’t resist, and climbed aboard Georgia-Pacific while she was still on the saw-horses: Tomorrow, time to remove any temporary screws, flip ‘er over, shape the skegs, and start filling screw holes, and epoxy sealing. Or maybe I should cut the grass, or clean the kitchen? Nah…. Full album here: https://goo.gl/photos/jsCHhc8jSMVngF2X9 … Continue reading
I’ve decided to name the canoe “Georgia-Pacific”. 100 points to the first Hogwarts house that guesses why – no fair if you already know because I told you 🙂 Here she is with ALMOST all the parts dry-fitted if not already glued. Full album: https://goo.gl/photos/jsCHhc8jSMVngF2X9 Most recent at bottom. Cheers!
Finished the epoxy fillets tonight. For you lilly-livered landlubbers, that means the main part of the boat is glued together for good (I hope)! As usual, the updated, full photo album is here: https://goo.gl/photos/jsCHhc8jSMVngF2X9 Fair winds! –arthur
After some issues with failing duct tape, and failing buttstraps (don’t ask!) We have a 3-D Canoe shape! See the whole album (and keep visiting for updates) here: https://goo.gl/photos/jsCHhc8jSMVngF2X9