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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Smith Island Skiff gets a cabin

John checks cabin height as Doc. John peers through the "window"

Cabin design

Considering the side profile

Model making

Top view of the model

Mack cuts the plugs off the coaming

Cleaning up the coaming

Mack, his dad John & Dan working the angles

Doc John figures out an angle on the chop saw

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