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Ted Pike crosses the Bar

A very good man has just crossed the bar. I was over at Edensaw Hardwoods today and learned, much to my sorrow, that an old friend I and many of you may have
jaygreer65
Nov 19, 2015
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1661

Re: Recient postings

Hi Ted, Thanks for the note. I really regret not keeping up with the site. I have some things on my plate that are taking precedent right now. Kind Regards
Jay Greer
Sep 1, 2015
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Re: Recient postings

Jay I follow you with interest. Glad to see your girl has a nice companion next to her. I have been meaning to post about my rebuild of Lively Lady here. I
Ted Hoppe
Sep 1, 2015
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1659

Re: Herreshoff 22

Hi Jay, The 1926 Herreshoff, the description says covered in Dynell up to the waterline. I've never been a fan of covering a plank hull bottom with anything,
scott catherine
Aug 29, 2015
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Re: Herreshoff 22

Hello Jay, I agree, a real thoroughbred. From the description the boat appears to be sound and in really great shape. For its size it wouldn't be a problem
scott catherine
Aug 29, 2015
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Recient postings

I must admit that certain priorities have taken way from my posting on our site for quite some time! For this I must offer my sincere apologies. Some new
Jay Greer
Aug 29, 2015
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Re: Herreshoff 22

Scott, That boat is a true gem and one hell of a good deal even, if it needs a rebuild! Thanks for posting this. Jay
Jay Greer
Aug 29, 2015
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Herreshoff 22

Hello All, Here's something I just had to pass along. A golden opportunity I wish I was in a position to bring home. In this month's issue and website
scott catherine
Aug 29, 2015
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1654

Common Sense #1

Hi Bunch, I just had the pleasure of meeting the new owner of "Common Sense 1" , Todd Rogers. Todd is the general manager of the Sea Scout Base facility in
Jay Greer
Jan 14, 2015
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1653

Saving Polly

A link to a one of a kind boat and was the personal boat of famous yacht builder Henry B. Nevins of City Island, NY in the 1930's. I followed the whereabouts
scott catherine
Jan 11, 2015
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1652

Re: Another Glue Tip

Now you have me thinking. I don't own a tack hammer, but I do own an English-style Worthington hammer, Galoot that I am. I wonder if my Worthington is a
Mack
Aug 25, 2014
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Re: Another Glue Tip

You are right except that the swing weight and shock absorption of that silly little tack hammer is just right for driving plugs. I wouldn't leave home
Jay Greer
Aug 25, 2014
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Re: Another Glue Tip

Tack hammer:The split end is a magnet. Wham steel tacks! Not useful for marine work, but much better than stapling (land based) upholstery. Pax, Michael On
Michael Gian
Aug 25, 2014
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1649

Another Glue Tip

I have a pet method of putting plugs into counter bored screw holes that may be a bit of help for those faced with big jobs involving plugs, also known as
jaygreer65
Aug 8, 2014
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1648

Glue tips

Something that has been bugging me ever since they first appeared, at my favorite latte shop, are those plastic plugs that are used to seal the drinking slot
jaygreer65
Aug 8, 2014
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