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Old 04-30-2014, 03:52 PM   #921
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Mr. H. READ THIS WITH YOUR GOOD EYE!!!!!! Wasn't me who used the word "evacuation" it was Mr. Art. (Post # 907 end of fourth paragraph). For you even to suggest I'd do something like that well.....
And, then, after my clearly stated post #207; My Dear Mr. RT Firefly...

In post 911 I clarified my usage of the word/term “evacuation”... Thusly: And, I quote – “Term evacuation can be used for several items and meanings. In the case of my intent the word evacuation was meant for "draining" the shower pan... same as in when showering.” Upon which in respected humility your post #912 displayed a vid short that could only be taken to mean “... well slap me down!”; of course regarding yourself!

Soooo: It is therefore, my usually congenial boat loving buddy with a knack of and propensity for vid shorts that can knock socks off, totally incorrect for you to request that Matt over use either eye during his recuperation period in silly attempt to discern while where the fault may lay... in this torrid review of combo head or separate shower room; with best way to keep exterior portions of the head sanitary and smellen like a rose!

In attempt to be first in lowering my gun I bring admission that the sentence in post # 907 for which I posted the word “exacuation” would have better served by in its place using the word “drained”.

Spotlight on you RT. A vid short is in order that at least addresses your equal admission to my written admission of semi-guilt.

Thump, Thump, Thump, with arms folded and chin burrower to my chest... It’s my foot your hear thumping the floor while waiting for your vid!

Matt – I apologize for this ongoing segue off your important AXE thread, but, one (in this case, that’s me!) must be careful to not let RTF get too far ahead... or else his ribald vid shorts have been known to remove any possibility of escape!!

Now, back to your regular, wonderful AXE Program!!!

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Old 05-01-2014, 12:34 AM   #922
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And, then, after my clearly stated post #207; My Dear Mr. RT Firefly...

In post 911 I clarified my usage of the word/term “evacuation”... Thusly: And, I quote – “Term evacuation can be used for several items and meanings. In the case of my intent the word evacuation was meant for "draining" the shower pan... same as in when showering.” Upon which in respected humility your post #912 displayed a vid short that could only be taken to mean “... well slap me down!”; of course regarding yourself!

Soooo: It is therefore, my usually congenial boat loving buddy with a knack of and propensity for vid shorts that can knock socks off, totally incorrect for you to request that Matt over use either eye during his recuperation period in silly attempt to discern while where the fault may lay... in this torrid review of combo head or separate shower room; with best way to keep exterior portions of the head sanitary and smellen like a rose!

In attempt to be first in lowering my gun I bring admission that the sentence in post # 907 for which I posted the word “exacuation” would have better served by in its place using the word “drained”.

Spotlight on you RT. A vid short is in order that at least addresses your equal admission to my written admission of semi-guilt.

Thump, Thump, Thump, with arms folded and chin burrower to my chest... It’s my foot your hear thumping the floor while waiting for your vid!

Matt – I apologize for this ongoing segue off your important AXE thread, but, one (in this case, that’s me!) must be careful to not let RTF get too far ahead... or else his ribald vid shorts have been known to remove any possibility of escape!!

Now, back to your regular, wonderful AXE Program!!!

Cheers! – Art!

LOL that's ok ART. You're my friend. You can waffle on as much as you like. I'd much rather you waffling on than Mr. RT taking a dump in my shower! Hahahaha


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Old 05-01-2014, 12:35 AM   #923
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Hendo - there's another project for you after the Axe is finished.

Haha I've only got one timber boat in me mate. Now if were an aluminium kit boat then that's a different story lol .....


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Old 05-01-2014, 01:00 AM   #924
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LOL that's ok ART. You're my friend. You can waffle on as much as you like. I'd much rather you waffling on than Mr. RT taking a dump in my shower! Hahahaha


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Thanks Mate, on my part!

But, as RT would say on his part.... EWWWWW!!!
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Old 05-02-2014, 03:59 AM   #925
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Right, so, today I went to the Eye guy and he said I will be sweet to return back to work from Thursday. Once I finished getting things poked and blinding lights shone in my face, I went to AXE and carried on as usual.

Today I painted the timber frames and chucked up the side panels and the first floor panel went down. Bit of mucking around to do with the scuppers now because I buggered em up and now the inside panel is offset to the outside panel And now the scupper cut outs don't line up AAAArghhh! FFS !!! ... Anywho, will be fixable so all is not lost.

Have to be strategic with what I am doing ATM cause we have a week of rains moving in from Sunday so need to close off areas that the tarps don't cover before she fills up with rain lol.

Ya like my shelter solution under AXE? lol ... Desperate times my friends ... Desperate times! Click image for larger version

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Ok well that's all. Here's a couple of pics from today's effort.

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Old 05-02-2014, 10:50 AM   #926
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Matt - May I suggest. Sump pump in boat at lowest portion for rain that my enter... also, I think a hole drilled in bottom at low point should work well! You can always solidly refill or use it for through hull need at later date. Good luck keeping AXE dry! - Art
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Old 05-07-2014, 10:21 AM   #927
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Rains are set in so I've started looking at the internal bolt on aspects. I started on the helm station and made the gauge panel. Back to work tomorrow so back to working on AXE on the weekendsClick image for larger version

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Old 05-08-2014, 06:23 PM   #928
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Looks top notch Matt, keep it up.
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Old 05-08-2014, 08:37 PM   #929
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Hi Matt, good progress. Now you are starting some weather enforced fit out,remember you need maintenance access to everything you install. I once had a car where I`m they built it around the heater core, the core leaked, uh oh....
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The good news, if it rains enough you'll be able to tell if it floats! Or where any leaks are....
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Old 05-09-2014, 03:24 AM   #931
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Looks top notch Matt, keep it up.

Thanks mate but in between posting those pics and today, I have thrown that panel and scrapped that idea. I am making one of these stations instead. Works better with the material I want to use and looks pretty sexy IMHO Click image for larger version

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Old 05-09-2014, 03:28 AM   #932
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Hi Matt, good progress. Now you are starting some weather enforced fit out,remember you need maintenance access to everything you install. I once had a car where I`m they built it around the heater core, the core leaked, uh oh....

Thanks mate. Totally agree and have planned placement of hatches, wiring access etc.


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The good news, if it rains enough you'll be able to tell if it floats! Or where any leaks are....

Yeah good point! She might have floated away making my helm planning redundant lol. Yesterday we had 60mm of rain fall in a 24hr period. Most rain in one day for three years.


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Old 05-09-2014, 05:20 AM   #934
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Oh, wow Matt..that's a work of blooming art right there…geez my helm is ordinary...
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Matt me Mate! - Your boat's helm will be 21st Century ART!



Makes mine look like a 1977 fART! - LOL

I start engines fron salon helm so I can listen closely to them during warm up... then... I 99.9% of the time pilot from bridge, salon helm area tends to collect diddies & thangs!
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Oh, wow Matt..that's a work of blooming art right there…geez my helm is ordinary...

Thanks Pete. Not over till the fat lady sings


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Matt me Mate! - Your boat's helm will be 21st Century ART!



Makes mine look like a 1977 fART! - LOL

I start engines fron salon helm so I can listen closely to them during warm up... then... I 99.9% of the time pilot from bridge, salon helm area tends to collect diddies & thangs!

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I like your helm mate. It has history!


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Matt I much prefer the panel in post #927. #931 looks awful.
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Matt I much prefer the panel in post #927. #931 looks awful.

Thanks for the feedback mate. I'll stick with the awful one lol


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