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Boat Babe on Strike!

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  1. Cest La Vie

    Cest La Vie

    Joined Jun 2, 2004
    129 posts, 22 likes
    Beneteau 393
    US Lake Texoma, Texas
    OK, had to negotiate with Santa to replace sticks and coal for some Belgian Chocolate and 30 year old port after the Babe finally got with the program. Now I have to negotiate with the Easter Bunny as well? Spring is here, so time to get with the program. I sure would hate to have to travel to Florida to repossess the Port. Then again, might not be a bad idea:dancing:
     


  2. Cest La Vie

    Cest La Vie

    Joined Jun 2, 2004
    129 posts, 22 likes
    Beneteau 393
    US Lake Texoma, Texas
    Thump, Thump, Thump--that's the sound of an unhappy Easter Bunny's banging on the ground in frustration. Spring is upon us, but no Babe to welcome the season
     


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  3. h2ocruizers

    h2ocruizers

    Joined Jul 30, 2004
    83 posts, 99 likes
    - -
    US st. augustine, fl
    Yeah, not much sailing to report on, I'm afraid... :( There's only some "Babe construction" photos worthy of sharing. The good news is that we're making a Trans-Atlantic jump in 3 weeks! Assuming we have some warmer weather on the way across, we'll have lots of photo opportunities... :pimp: (...the Babe has become a bit pretentious lately... only dons her swimsuits when the weather is warm, unlike the good old days when she would tough it out!!):worthless: IMG_7929.JPG IMG_7981.JPG ]
     


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  4. h2ocruizers

    h2ocruizers

    Joined Jul 30, 2004
    83 posts, 99 likes
    - -
    US st. augustine, fl
    BTW, that's black walnut... used for our salon table and the desk in the master cabin. She should post the close-ups, especially since she made the inlays... :biggrin:
    IMG_7092.JPG
    IMG_7089.JPG
     


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  5. pateco

    pateco

    Joined Aug 12, 2014
    2,160 posts, 592 likes
    Hunter 31 (1983)
    US Pompano Beach FL
    The custom touches always make the boat. Where did you find the huge chunk of black walnut? How hard was it to do the colored epoxy inlay for the cracks?
     


  6. My Mistress

    My Mistress

    Joined Nov 30, 2015
    203 posts, 25 likes
    MacGregor 26S
    US Lakehills, Tx
    That is one beautiful piece of lumber! It looks fantastic!
    Great job Steph!
     


  7. seadaddler

    seadaddler

    Joined Dec 19, 2006
    5,387 posts, 118 likes
    Hunter 36
    US Punta Gorda
    I would like to do something different to my saloon table on my 2007 H-36 does she work for wine and very warm weather in Fl.
    Nick
     


  8. Apex

    Apex

    Joined Jun 19, 2013
    797 posts, 101 likes
    Oday 28
    US Traverse City
    looks great "babe". pbs had a video segment on george and now mira nakashima....reminds me of your work. i do like the live edge tabletops.
    www.nakashimawoodworker.com
     


  9. justsomeguy

    justsomeguy

    Joined Feb 20, 2011
    6,541 posts, 934 likes
    Island Packet 35
    US Tucson, AZ/San Carlos, MX
    Very nice!
     


  10. Cest La Vie

    Cest La Vie

    Joined Jun 2, 2004
    129 posts, 22 likes
    Beneteau 393
    US Lake Texoma, Texas
    OK, time to get us grounded. This thread is now 17 from the top of the list. Enough lame excuses about incredibly beautiful furniture-time to get back to the real world now that the weather allows for more appropriate attire. Option 2 is for us to descend on Florida, cameras in hand
     


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  11. Rick486

    Rick486

    Joined Oct 1, 2007
    1,056 posts, 198 likes
    Hunter 44DS
    US Pt. Judith
    Aren't you guys getting off the subject a bit? This thread is NOT about carpentry.......
     


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  12. justsomeguy

    justsomeguy

    Joined Feb 20, 2011
    6,541 posts, 934 likes
    Island Packet 35
    US Tucson, AZ/San Carlos, MX
    Hmm, never noticed the carpenter's tatoo before.

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    Or is that an appendectomy scar? :biggrin:
     


  13. Rick486

    Rick486

    Joined Oct 1, 2007
    1,056 posts, 198 likes
    Hunter 44DS
    US Pt. Judith
    Hmmm. JSG gets it.
    Glad you pointed that out, although that was not my focus on this shot.
     


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  14. justsomeguy

    justsomeguy

    Joined Feb 20, 2011
    6,541 posts, 934 likes
    Island Packet 35
    US Tucson, AZ/San Carlos, MX
    The better part of valor. ;)
     


  15. SFS

    SFS

    Joined Aug 18, 2015
    1,502 posts, 449 likes
    Hunter 31
    US Tampa Bay
    I haven't noticed any tattoos or scars, because I can't get past those external obliques. Wowza.
     


  16. Cest La Vie

    Cest La Vie

    Joined Jun 2, 2004
    129 posts, 22 likes
    Beneteau 393
    US Lake Texoma, Texas
    Now now children- be careful. Let’s not bite the hand that feeds us. That said, seems like a long time since we were last fed
     


  17. justsomeguy

    justsomeguy

    Joined Feb 20, 2011
    6,541 posts, 934 likes
    Island Packet 35
    US Tucson, AZ/San Carlos, MX
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    This one's about engine mechanics.
     


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  18. JRacer

    JRacer

    Joined Aug 9, 2011
    785 posts, 211 likes
    Beneteau 310
    US Cheney KS (Wichita)
    That, perhaps, could be a "motorboat" :biggrin:
     


  19. Newport Bob

    Newport Bob

    Joined Jun 23, 2013
    245 posts, 34 likes
    Beneteau 373
    US Newport
    All I can say is my mechanic never wore shorts like those
     


  20. shemandr

    shemandr

    Joined Jan 1, 2006
    3,636 posts, 658 likes
    Marblehead Skiff 14'
    US Greenport, NY
    I did a bit of engine yoga today. I don't think anyone would want pictures.
     


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