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DIY Stern Light and Flag Pole in PVC

On July 25, 2013, in Shop Talk: Tips and Techniques, by Gayle Brantuk
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by Jeff Hovis (JeffH on the Glen-L Forum) You can do some interesting things with PVC. I made a stern light/flag mast from PVC and then veneered it with Mahogany veneer. I used the stuff without the paper backing. You simply roll the back side with yellow Tite Bond glue and let it dry until […]

Malahini Runabout by Bob Brandenstein

On February 15, 2013, in News From Gayle, Outboard Powered, Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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Bob brought his Malahini to the 2012 (G6) Gathering of Boatbuilders and it was really a hit. This was Bob and his wife’s first time at our event and we really enjoyed getting to know them. Ted Gauthier interviews Bob today and once again did a great job. When I rode in Bob’s boat, I […]

The Joy of Building a Boat with Your Daughter

On February 8, 2013, in News From Gayle, Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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Bill Shaw is no stranger Glen-L. He’s been to all but one of our annual Gathering of Boatbuilders and is a Moderator on the Glen-L Boatbuilder Forum. And, he has built a 16′ Malahini classic outboard runabout which is the big brother to our Ski Tow runabout. Even more important is that his daughter Lily helped him […]

Calibrating Your Tachometer

On July 20, 2012, in Outboard Powered, by Gayle Brantuk
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(This article was copied from the Glen-L Forum because it seemed like something you would benefit from. It was written by Glen-L Forum Member and Moderator “ttownshaw” who has built our Malahini outboard. Those of you at the gathering knew that I was concerned about the prop I was running as it appeared I was only running […]

Boats in the Water at G5

On February 2, 2012, in Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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One of the very best parts of our annual Gathering of Boatbuilders is the privilege of riding in many different Glen-L boats!  Seeing a video of them in the water may not be quite as fun, but I hope you enjoy it! This year, we added boat names so you’ll know which design you’re looking at. […]

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