Tim Greves and Bill Lawton have placed the side on the “keel-blocks” and are gluing temporary rectangular blocks in place at the stations ensuring that the top will bend to the edge of the side at right angles.

1 thought on “Tim Greves and Bill Lawton have placed the side on the “keel-blocks” and are gluing temporary rectangular blocks in place at the stations ensuring that the top will bend to the edge of the side at right angles.

  1. Richard S. Usen

    I’m surprised you didn’t use urea formaldehyde glue since you elected to use a more modern glue than hide glue. This is a marvelous project. I’m much impressed. Its been almost 50 years since I owned and maintained a large wooden boat (Alden Offsoundings Yawl by Alberg, possibly his first).

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