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    Default Free Kayak Mold---come and get it.......

    After a lot of thought and questions , my wife and I are making the move back to Washington.The reasons are many,primarily being closer to family.Gotta help warp all the grandkids and just can't do it long distance.As much as I love Alaska,I have to set and keep priorities in mind while there is still time.

    That being said---I have a mold that can be used to make your own kayak that I'd like to give to someone who will be able to use it.I'm leaving Monday (08/29/11) so you'll have to respond quickly.I'm not going to post my phone # on the forum but will respond to PM's. I live just outside of Soldotna .so if you're interested let me know.Otherwise I'll just leave it here .It will need a little touch up before it's useable...but it's pretty minor to get it in good shape.And the price is right......free.


    I also want to say thank-you to all the members on here that have helped me grow as a person,an angler,a boater,and those that have shared their knowledge and expirence with me .It has been a joy to share what little I know with some of the members on this site too.I'm sure I'll still "check-in" at times.I will still be working on the slope for a few more years ,so there will still be questions to ask and answers to give.
    So again,my sincere thanks to so many Alaskans for your input.A lot of things I never got around to up here that I will miss.But an incredible amount of great times up here as well.My thanks Alaska.......

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    Can you tell me what kind of kayak? I would like to have that mold for my outdoor ed class at school.

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    Sorry I didn't do that earlier....
    The mold is for a simple inuit style,sit in style kayak.It is 14' long by 26" wide.I have built fiberglass boats with it.There is a top section and a bottom section .You build the individual pieces seperately--then connect them,again I used fiberglass to connect the 2 together.

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    Steve,
    Your in-box is full for pm's.I'll drop off the mold around 11:00 am Friday.Will you be home ?or working ?Call to let me know which house...and thanks.I'm happy that some kids will have the oportunity to learn and build their minds...and boats.

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    Mark- I'll clean out my box and drop you a line.

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    Hey Steve,
    The mold is sitting on the flatbed tailer at your house.It will take a little soap and water to clean up,then it's ready to start making boats again.I hope you and your students have a lot of good times and make some awesome boats with it.I will look forward to seeing what you can do .Post a lot of pictures in your building process.If I can help with suggestions or knowledge---just ask.Good luck
    Mark

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    Thanks Mark. And thanks for the extra mile of delivering it. Hope to put it to good use in the near future.

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    I'm excited. I've waited many months for a "Sayak Kayak". It's about dmn time you realized your true calling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainer_in_ak View Post
    I'm excited. I've waited many months for a "Sayak Kayak". It's about dmn time you realized your true calling.
    Yup, when I get one made, I'll paint a red salmon, a "sayak" (maybe even a sayalleq ; turned red) on each side.

    Again, thanks Mark. Sorry I missed your message earlier today. I waited for your call, but I guess you didn't get my message.

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    Hi sayak,
    No I didn't get any message from you today.But I did get our trailer loaded.Called a friend for help.
    It sucks my wife broke her leg while we are trying to move.But we will still get-r-done.
    Once again,if you need any advice building kayaks,you have my number .Good luck,I hope to see some of your work.

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    Thanks Mark. yeah, I called the number you had given me earlier in a PM. That was about 2. I'd been out all day working on trailer stuff for a hunting trip. Sorry about your wife's leg... man, talk about bad time for it to happen! Sounds like it's going to be a long trip for her down to WA. Glad you were able to get some help anyway. Bon voyage.

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    I saw your number on my phone after I posted "no message".I'll call you Sunday just to say hi.
    The trip will have it's challenges for sure.We will make it happen.We are pretty good at that.

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    Sayak,
    Have you had a chance to do any kayak building yet ?
    Life is great back down in Washington.Awesome to spend time with the grandkids,the wife finally got a couple of horses,and I've been fishing the jetty out of Westport.

    Life is good..............

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    Glad to here u are doing great, Mark. Didnt see this thread last fall due to wk. Hope the fishin is good where u are and u'r staying busy. We're still fishin the beach here. Take care, my friend.
    Your sarcasm is way, waaaayyyyyyyy more sarcastic than mine!

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    No Mark. My job assignment was changed and I lost access to the shop I was going to use. The mold is protected and ready to use, and if other forum members want access to it, I would be happy to let them use it.
    Glad all is going well for you down there. Hope your wife's leg as back to full mobility also.

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