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Old 07-09-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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With all the other projects , disasters and whatever going on I finally will have this ready to ship Monday or Tuesday.
Two graduation plaques, one for Asia and one for Mom.
Three portraits of my sister Nancy and my nieces Shannon and Asia. One for each of them.
Three portraits oh Shannons boys, Aarin and Jaydon, again one for each
A door sign for Aarin plus misc pieces and parts for thee signs I didn't like.
Last is Jay's boat. I made some more modifications to the boat. That will hopefully make it run better. I removed half of the paddles and raised it 3/8''. I think part of the problem was that it was trying to deal with too much water at once. I also built a new cradle, bumped it up to 6 volts and made some crates and barrels as cargo for the boat. I've started working on a new power unit for it I'll send later.
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Awesome !!!
You have been busy.
Looks great !!!
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You're sis will be very pleased to recieve this package! Very nice work Rob, you have the heart on the right place...
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Yea But it makes me burp
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Very nice work Rob, you have been busy for sure.
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Those are great. Your family will be thrilled!
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Thats a lot of cutting! They will all be proud of those Oily! Great job.

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