WoodenPontoon

Kayak got wet .....

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Finally put my Nephew's kayak in the water this past weekend.

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Looks nice Dan. How heavy is that thing?

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You're one cool uncle to part with that! I bet he'll keep it forever!

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He takes care of the kayak,it should be able to be passed on to future generations.Very nice!

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12 hours ago, cwag911 said:

Looks nice Dan. How heavy is that thing?

Thanks Carl.  It came in at 47 pounds.

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I thought it would've been heavier.

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Looks Great, what craftmanship

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Stunning!  Nice curves. It's all curves, actually. Don't know how you did it.

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Absolutely gorgeous! Great craftsmanship.

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That is AWESOME!!  Wanna be my uncle? :)

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I have a friend that builds canoes like this as well. I am as "in awe" of his craftsmanship as I am of yours on the Kayak. Congrats!

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That is incredible work!

Here is a little inspiration for your next project. Take a look at Little Bay Boards from Jack M's neighborhood in Petoskey MI. I'm sure he'd admire your work as well!

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There is nothing that beats the beauty of WOOD on the water 

He is very fortunate, a true family heirloom

Enjoy :)

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