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Mark armstrong

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  1. Windy and lashing down in Newcastle upon Tyne
  2. Built the sides up so there was less chance of them cupping as there not seen it don't really matter if they were seen a would of left them as full slabs and a little pic of the jig getting made (keeping it to one side for his next boat/boats) the tread jig will be kept aswell 👍
  3. Slabs they came from and a pic of them once flattened before they were clamped up and routerd out
  4. 3 MTH on and off it mate a lot more work involved than I thought there would be when first agreed to do the work
  5. Cheers mate glad to see the back of the boat like he's talking about buying another one already aswell 🤒 was fun to do but don't fancy doing them all the time Funny thing is the hardest part of it all was the little sock shelfs in the front bedroom the rest of it was a doddle really
  6. Didn't get many good pics before the boat was lifted but the coustomer says he will take a load for me once its floating and all set up so will put them on when I get them
  7. They ship all the parts to the yard near me to get assembled here Swannys a think a gonna start building them now though sure it was on the news a while back
  8. You could give you Coke to shoplifters in exchange for food clothes etc though haha
  9. Lovely the day on the nuts and bolt 😂😂😂
  10. Av got a Ryobi one just like that supprising how often you use it once you have one and on a hot day totally amazing for cooling you down haha
  11. My Barbour loves them ever time he comes to my allotment to cut my hair he asks if anyone else has any more for him recons it's the best tasting meat


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