I consider myself a cautious paddler, yet I have been "boarded" by the Coast Guard 3 times in the past year. "Boarding" is what the Coast Guard calls it when they stop you on the water for a safety check.
In this episode after messing up some strips in the previous episode, I redo milling the strips for the body of the kayak. I cut down a 2x12 into 3/4" blanks and then rip those blanks into 3/16" strips. In the middle I take a break and talk about my table saw setup.
In this episode I take the wood I purchased in the last episode, and starting breaking it down in to strips. I have a 2x8 that I am ripping into 3/4" wide blanks, and a 1x12 that I am ripping directly into strips. I talk about how I get vertical grain strips out of vertical grained boards.