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    The river....
    what should of been a rainy, scroll saw type day turned into a beautiful day out on the river...

    I needed the break to regroup on my project, this is what I've done in 8 days, at 3 hours each day. once I get everything cut out then it will be time to shape everything into place. I think I might need to redo a couple peices, I'm not too happy with the little light on the fender and there's a couple thing that are not to clear on the pattern so I really don't know how I'm going to do them yet..

    as for the wife and I meet another couple out on the water today. fishing wasn't to bad, we caught 10 fish with the biggest going 7 lbs...

    I'll get a fresh start on the truck tomorrow...

    Last edited by Trout; 05-20-2006, 08:27 PM.
    Hawk G-4 Jetcraft
    Fish are food, not friends!

  • #2
    Trout. Ya. I guess. just a little trip to the pond. Ha. a 7lb trout. Im so gelous. and I thought my 3 lb brown was good. Ha.
    my hubby only cought a 1lb brown. OH well. lol. hes probleam. got mine. lol
    on your truck it looks like its coming along great. but I do agree . the head light. does look alittle flat. maybe some thicker wood here. to give some dimition. at least in the holder. I so injoy your post. but maybe cous i'm a fishierwomon. and a scroller. I just love how wood and weeds binds us all. I think we love making something out of nothing. you are a master at it all. your friend Evie


    • #3
      hey Evie..those are Striped bass that we caught on the delta yesterday...

      here's what I've done on my project today. The head light was one of the thing that needed to do some work on, it's starting to look pretty good..
      there are some raised and lowered peice but that won't be done until it's ready to be glued together...
      Last edited by Trout; 05-21-2006, 11:09 PM.
      Hawk G-4 Jetcraft
      Fish are food, not friends!


      • #4
        looking better.
        Last edited by minowevie; 05-22-2006, 01:50 AM.


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