Thanks for the kind comments. It is been a fun learning experience. It was harder to build than I thought, especially with hot and humid weather, back and knee problems and since I am almost 67 years old that makes everything harder.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <106498@...> wrote:
That's not a boat, that's a work of art! Looks great. I think you'll
find the bottom is plenty strong, once you put it in the water that
helps support your weight too.
On 8/2/13, GMR <zonian149@...> wrote:
> I am currently trying to build the "One Sheet Boat" on insturctables built
> by Verga. I have come to step 10 and I have a question. I have cut the chine
> logs and the directions say to install the widest part down, but does not
> state which edge goes against the side of the boat. Any help would really be
> appreciated. I am not sure how this is going to turn out, because I have
> made a few minor (I hope) errors during construction. Thanks for a great and
> fascinating group.--Gary In Jacksonville, FL
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