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Old 07-15-2010, 07:23 PM   #1
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Default The last last chapter of Jay's boat.

First thing I did this morning was break the on off switch. Built it right this time.
Sorry it's a short clip and I have to shim it a little so it runs straight but here it is.

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That is so fun. I love the sound of the paddle wheel. You out did yourself!
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That turned out awesome Jay is going to be very happy.
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That was just outstanding..!!
You've set the bar a little high now though...lol.
I like the sound too...
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Very kool. Excellent job!
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Very well done Rob.
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Putter, putter, gurgle, putter - what a great sound Rob and boy does your boat look fine paddling away in the water.

I have one technical question though pal. If you shim it to get it to go straight, how do you get it to come back to you? - LOL!

Joking apart, this is a really beautiful toy. Congratulations!
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Putter, putter, gurgle, putter - what a great sound Rob and boy does your boat look fine paddling away in the water.

I have one technical question though pal. If you shim it to get it to go straight, how do you get it to come back to you? - LOL!

Joking apart, this is a really beautiful toy. Congratulations!
Not a big problem. The way it eats batteries it won't be too far away..
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