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Morris -half scale

Discussion in 'Scale and Miniature Canoe Models' started by Rollin Thurlow, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. Rollin Thurlow

    Rollin Thurlow member since 1980

    I just finshed this half scale B.N.Morris with a stand and though some would like to see it. It was shipped to LA.
     

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  2. MGC

    MGC Paddlephile

    How do you remove drool from a keyboard?

    Beautiful.
     
  3. Denis M. Kallery

    Denis M. Kallery Passed Away July 3, 2012 In Memoriam

    Rollin,
    How utterly beautiful!
    Denis
     
  4. Kathryn Klos

    Kathryn Klos squirrel whisperer

    Wonderful! Love the colors and the design... simply perfect.

    Kathy
     
  5. chris pearson

    chris pearson Michigan Canoe Nut

    Holy crap! A true work of art Rollin.;)
     
  6. WoodNCanvas

    WoodNCanvas LOVES Wooden Canoes

    Rollin, that is truly a work of art....very cool
     
  7. Roger Young

    Roger Young display sample collector

    Fabulous .... simply fabulous!
     
  8. Greg Nolan

    Greg Nolan enthusiast

    wow!!!!!

    (when I tried to send the above, the program said the message was too short to send, so I have modified it, and maybe made it more accurate -- wowzer!!!!!)
     
  9. crosscuts

    crosscuts LOVES Wooden Canoes

    Morris Model

    Rollin,

    Wish my living room was big enough. Stunning in every way!

    R.C.
     
  10. Robert P. Ross

    Robert P. Ross Ross Bros

    Rollin, I just don't know what to say.

    Robert P. Ross
    Ross Bros.
    PO Box 60277
    Florence, MA 01062
    413.320.2306
     

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  11. Todd Bradshaw

    Todd Bradshaw Sailmaker

    Outstanding! Now make one for the other foot and I think you'll be onto something.....
     
  12. OP
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    Rollin Thurlow

    Rollin Thurlow member since 1980

    While I would love to take credit for the design, all the design credit goes to B.N. Morris. Morris was one of the very early wood and canvas canoe manufacturers, 1886 to 1920, located in Vezie Maine. I just try to reproduce some of his designs as close as possible to the real thing.
     

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