SG15 build

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pee wee
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Re: SG15 build

Post by pee wee » Sun Dec 22, 2019 9:32 am

Looks like the Scilly season has arrived! :lol:


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Re: SG15 build

Post by Jeff » Mon Dec 23, 2019 8:27 am

Nice!!!! Jeff

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Re: SG15 build

Post by Typhoon » Sat Jan 25, 2020 10:28 pm

I'm still here, just haven't posted in a long while. We've had some small issues with fires around my area, has made outside work and the idea of being outside exercising quite unpleasant due to smoke. I'll atach a photo or two of the smoke I took in the back yard, this was typical for about two weeks on and off. I've also moved to a new area at work and that's taken quite a bit of my energy learning the new role.
However, I have been working away on the boat and it's ready for the water now. I've built a boat loader out of an old bicycle carrier, scored some genuine Volvo roof racks for the car off Ebay (pretty impressive for a 26 year old car) and leathered the oars up after I decided how I wanted to do that.
Hopefully the next photos I post will be in the water!
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