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  1. #201
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    Bonded some eyestraps on the booms and masts for the support lines. I'm not sure what you call the lines that hold up the wishbone boom.Name:  IMG_2927.jpg
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    Mizzen mast step and tube, ready to go.
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    Centerboard trunk, ready to go.
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    In the Everglades Challenge you need to move your boat from the high tide line to the water by yourself. And you have to take whatever you use with you.
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    So I built a cart.
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    Only one wheel because of supply chain issues. Wheelez says another couple of months until they get more 19" beach wheels.
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    Nice progress and some creative solutions.

    I wonder how much effort it would take to get cart to a balance point under the boat. I don’t know, maybe lift one end and stack things underneath to give clearance.

    When I picked up the KDI in the Pt Townsend area, I made a stop at Duckworks and got a pair of the yellow rollers. One place I was considering launching had a rocky bottom. Dragging the bottom over the rocks to get away from wind and waves seemed difficult and hard on the bottom.

    Keep up the fun work!

    Ants

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    That's the idea Ants.

    I'd say a milestone here. A build space has been secured.
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    Happy Thanksgiving

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    Here we go.
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    Finally something that looks like a boat. Who's coming to visit?
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