Before I took the snaps I had my helper, my wife, my daughter
(Margaret Ellen) and our dog (see the daggerboard trunk photo) all in
the boat comfortable.
And we were all in the after cockpit.
I really didn't quite understand how big this boat was when I
started. Her lines are so sleak it's easy to underestimate her. Turns
out the Chesapeake is only 24, but it looks huge next to the LS.
I've got to go away on business in about 2 weeks, but I think I've
got a good chance of getting her on the water before I leave. My
helper stood up the mainmast and I had a look from across the yard.
What I sight! I can't wait to have her rigged!
>It looks small, but it ain't! GHC
>>Turned the hull on to the grass and worked on the plywood decking.
>>We would have got the sprit and partner installed too, but the 2x10 I
>>dragged home from the dump last year was too deeply checked. Lumber
>>yard tomorrow I guess.
>>Before and after photos in the LSME file.
>>She really starting to look like a boat!
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