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Only forward 6 feet of cabin sole
remaining to be paneled


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Applying epoxy glue where supports will contact


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Moving final deck panel to its home


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Dropping final deck panel into place


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At long last - all decking glued and screwed


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Saturating a piece of twine with
epoxy glue


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Caulking with epoxy-saturated
twine - modern day oakum


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Motor mount prototype 1.1 -
to decide fore-aft length of mount


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Cabin storyboards


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Marking the sheer


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Sheer marked


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Cutting the sheer


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Cutting the sheer


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Fine cutting at the stem


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Sheer at stem


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Starboard sheer


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Cutting the port sheer


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Cutting a frame at the sheer line


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Port sheer


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Sheers cut


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Foredeck supports


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Foredeck supports


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Cabin extends aft to the upright


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Horizontal surface is the top of
the dash


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Peter studying the fish finder


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Test of cabin height


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Prototype cabin


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Prototype cabin


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I'm trying to convince Martha that
this is appropriate window treatment