56. Roughing-out the Stem / Timber Decisions

After the busyness of the Frame-raising, it’s just me and the boat again for a while. I have some tough decisions to make as I look into ordering the timber for the deck-structure and planks. After a slow week of theorizing and office work, I finally get back onto the tools, and mark the position of the Rabbet and start cutting the shape of the cutwater into the stem.


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56. Roughing-out the Stem / Timber Decisions (Tally Ho EP56)

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