1st Build 12' Piroque

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PhaseFour
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1st Build 12' Piroque

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New at this uploading scheme and using Snapfish for the first time. Didn't work. I used the "Tricks and Tips" recommendations for uploading but couldn't make it work. I'm new to this site and have never uploaded pics here. Do I need additional authorization for pics? Any suggestions?
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Re: 1st Build 12' Piroque

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pics are limited too 800 x 800 pixels. Can you provide the link and I'll check it out?
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PhaseFour
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Re: 1st Build 12' Piroque

Post by PhaseFour »

Hi Matt,

I tried to reply earlier with links to my pics but the reply didn't take. I'll try again so you may see two replies of the same info.

All 22 Pics: https://www.snapfish.com/share?via=link ... 0/SNAPFISH

Single Pic: https://www.snapfish.com/share?via=link&token=1FRQPY8E1HgklE1NgIzKbw/AUS/27951767177070/SNAPFISH

Thanks for your help on this. Please advise

Jim
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Re: 1st Build 12' Piroque

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I made the album a link people can click to view.
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Re: 1st Build 12' Piroque

Post by PhaseFour »

Thanks for the help Matt.

I really had fun building this (My first) boat. I think it is a great starter boat for the first timer. Taught me a lot but I still have much more to learn.

My next boat will be a 14' Pacific Power Dory (Seneca by Jeff Spira) for a completely different build technique. Morten Olesen's 17' Motorboat Mark V will follow the Dory. I hope to have the 17' Motorboat in the water by spring/summer of 2022.

Thanks again for your help Matt;

Jim
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