Another Sabalo.....

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craiggamesh
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Location: Portland, Oregon

Re: Another Sabalo.....

Post by craiggamesh » Mon Sep 07, 2009 1:04 am

Paul, or anyone else that may be interested. Here is a link to the site for the plans and instructions for building a Greenland paddle. http://www.qajaqusa.org/QK/makegreen2.pdf
Regards,

Craig
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Bemm 52
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Re: Another Sabalo.....

Post by Bemm 52 » Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:23 pm

TA :D .........will keep my eyes open for a suitable piece of timber and give it a go

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craiggamesh
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Location: Portland, Oregon

Re: Another Sabalo.....

Post by craiggamesh » Mon Sep 14, 2009 12:41 am

Well, I was putting the 6 oz football shaped cloth on the bottom of this today
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and I had a little resin left that was starting to gel and I realized I had not yet glued on the little wooden "frog eyes" for my rudder cables. So, here are the last pieces finally glued on the Sabalo.
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Now all that is left is the sanding and varnish. :cry:

Here she is all rigged for fishing waiting to go in her spot on my newly made Kayak trailer rack.
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I built the rack because I found it to be an easier storage solution than hanging them up. I just back up, hook up, and go. No more lifting over my head. Plus, when I need to use the garage for something, like building another boat, I can just move the trailer and boats out by hand.
Regards,

Craig
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