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crazypoet

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crazypoet last won the day on May 12

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About crazypoet

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    LSM Member
  • Birthday 05/12/1962

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    Male
  • Location
    Woodstock, GA, USA
  • Interests
    Reading, writing, history, occasional artist, sometimes poet, nerd by profession and "one of them creative sorts" by avocation.

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  1. I'm delighted to see it there safe and sound - I hope your folk enjoy building that beautiful bird
  2. Agreed with Rob - that is an impressive build in an equally impressive amount of time - love the work!
  3. I completely understand the desire to make it accurate even when the details are all but invisible. I *also* understand the need for a good celebratory beverage afterwards!
  4. Those are *gorgeous*
  5. Looks like a fun break! I should have thought of something like that waaaay back when...
  6. Here's the tracking number: USPS Conf Number: CJ533359673US you can look it up at http://www.usps.com
  7. According to USPS, there's a hold on delivery for "Payment of Charges". are they trying to impose an import Tax? Let me know - I'll happily cover any such fees via a matching donation.
  8. Nice!!!
  9. i just checked my package and it shows that it's sitting in Customs in London
  10. Agreed - nice job on both the CAD work and the design of the components/assembly
  11. A day in the life... Starting to cut out ironclad armor plating for the top half of the base, and laying out deck planking for the bottom... An hour of cutting Styrene sheet... And starting to lay lay out the pieces... All this because I needed a break from applying rivets to the second Boat stand... hmmmm... I'm thinking this base idea was a bit ambitious! It will be really nice when it's done, though, and will help to put the Picket Boat into context...
  12. Good Gawd I'll be watching over your shoulder...
  13. You are all over the place with your builds - I enjoy both the variety of subjects and your impeccable execution
  14. Take a deep breath and don't rush!