This is a tough one. I’m in the market for a new sleeping bag and not too sure what to get.
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Well, several months after finish the kayak we finally got it into the water two weekends agp. Such is life when you are busy with little kids!
I recently finished applying System Three’s WR-LPU to the Tern14. I chose to use this material primarily for two reasons. First, it is touted as being a very tough finish, longer lasting than standard varnishes.
Well, at least I used to. Now I’m usually too busy in my spare time doing one of my many hobbies such as boat building, scanning my slides, recording my vinyl, or riding a bike.
Just a few more steps left to finish the Tern14! I think my list of things to do, in order, are as follows:
Just a few more steps left to finish the Tern14! I think my list of things to do, in order, are as follows: 1.
Whew, it’s been a while since I’ve added any information. I didn’t do much work on the boat during the summer.
Inspired by the wooden kayak cradles made by Ross Leidy, I decided to try and make some myself. BTW, check out Ross’s great website.
I made some good progress with the kayak last week. I put in fillets and taped all the seams on the underside of the deck.