Re: [Michalak] Re: Plan pricing survey
- On Monday, March 31, 2003, at 08:24 PM, vexatious2001 wrote:
>For the last 15 years I have been wearing a Casio that I found
>> A Rolex keeps the same time as a quartz Timex, but we all covet the
> Not me.
> I bought a Rolex from a guy in an overcoat on
> a street corner at 2:00 am and the darn thing
> quit running a week later.
in the street with tire tracks on it. A little sanding to remove the
scratches and all was well. Five bands and two batteries later it
is still going strong.
Obligatory boating content: The above watch likes to boat as
much as I do and doesn't mind spending time under water.
hal, the 'frugal'; wife says cheap.
- Vic wrote:
". . .working drawing need to be kept affordable
because people like me want to evaluate a number of
different designs before picking up hammer and saw."
I agree. Before I build and commit time and work
space to any project like this I want a better idea of
what I am getting. More than once I have entered, to
the best of my ability, the apparent lines of a
drawing into the Hulls program to get an idea of what
the boat really might look like.
Sometimes the result is a bit of a mess because the
dimensions cannot always be read on the web published
plans. Printing the item out and then using a set of
dividers to take off approximate dimensions is then
required, but the results are still approximate. I
would like to be able to buy study plans at a
resonable price, and I am certainly willing to pay for
the full set if I decide to build.
Right now any bulding plans are on hold for this year
as I want to sail what I already have.
Dave, In Pennsylvania
--- vicskiff <john.ewing@...> wrote:
> At Jim's current prices, even allowing forPS: I hope folks don't mind if I didn't quote the
> conversion from Canadian ...
whole thread up to this point. I am frugal and
believe in saving bandwidth too!!
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