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Old 12-26-2017, 08:22 AM
 
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'New' model looks good to me*
Morning, Mike,
Great photo above and it's looking good to me. I'm learning/seeing more each day on internet web sites great boat/ship models being done or finished. I know I don't have the talent, patience, steady hands to even think about tackling a project like this. Our own John Fryant of S&D of Pioneer Rivermen has done many fine models. He's often said, "Models should be left out in the yard in rain for a few days so they take on that real patina and look of a working steamboat." Keep us posted. Thanks for sharing.

R. Dale Flick
Old Coal Haven Landing, Ohio River, Cininnati
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