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Sunday, May 29, 2011

Smith Island Skiff 2 closer for Mack's crabbing 28May2011

John closes the Small Boat Shop to add trim to his son's Smith Island Skiff.

John is focused on drilling & driving.

This cabin looks fine after much design, debate & re-design.

The wiring begins.

Mack tries the seat below the cabin as Doc John describes the wiring to a visitor & Dan consults on how the electronics will be installed.

Mack considers his crabbing as Dan explains how it's all going together so he gets feedback on what Mack wants in his skiff.

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