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Friday, November 18, 2011

Final Deck Framing & New Chine Log in Process on Rosie

Rosie's deck beams are now installed and we're moving on to the installment of a new chine log.

All deck beams are now in place.

Rosie's old chine log.

Rosie's old chine log.

Crafting a new chine log with India and Marc.

Initial fitting of the new chine log, port side.

Final installation.

Starboard chine log installation with boatyard volunteer Cliff Stretmeyer, Marc Barto and India Gilham-Westerman

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