A Lot has happened since my last blog entry First lets start with the project statusHours. 101.0 Cost $2551.09 Last February 2014 we packed up and moved to Houston for a new career. The Garwood project was dismantled and shoved in a shed un...
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Build hours: 61.0Cost: $2077.99 Sanding, Sanding, Sanding. Encapsulating Encapsulating Encapsulating. Yup that sums up my activity since the last installment update. I read that to build a boat you have to love sanding – and they ar...
Last night I finished cutting out the stringers with the circular saw and and smoothing them with my Stanley No 7. I just couldn’t resist. I just had to see what she will look like in real life. the “chine log” is a...
The weather has gotten better for working in the garage so I have been spending a few evenings toiling away with my epoxy and wood. Progress from the last blog entry includes laminating floor timbers to the frames and laminating up the stringers....
BackgroundFor quite some time now i have been dreaming of building or owning a wood boat. I had been looking at building a Glen-L Zip for several years but I was never really satisfied with the lines. A nice boat none the less but it just didn...