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Here are some pictures of Hanneke's and James' stay in Southern France during the Multihull Meeting in Sète: https://picasaweb.google.com/101664159686869566843/GoldenOldiesSete?authkey=Gv1sRgCNjPkIGxqcWInwE
Posted by LARGYALO on June 15, 2013 at 8:31am
Monday! Monday! Monday! 9:00 AM only. Thats right the delivery is set for monday morning and i will meet the truck get it off loaded, get it tarped and then tuesday head to portland to pick up the apprentice. them to ashland to teach the workshop, See Dermit and Payta, drive home on the 20th (well Erica will drive and i will sit in abject terror as i usually do in any car) and finally get to start building my shop.
Nothing like building tension.
Posted by Ernie wisner on June 5, 2013 at 11:30pm
Well here we are in building season, after months of getting quotes (or not) tracking down mills and trying to play the game by the rules i am still waiting for my delivery. Well i tend to have other things to do as well so today i fixed my wood lathe, checked out the 2 horse and its live center and am kinda thinking how to make the 60 foot masts and allow my self to simply turn them round on the lathe. Its going to take a few roller blocks and stabilizers but should work out pretty…Continue
I am not much on blogging and till lately i have had little to blog about.
As said last time i had the study plans and was making some needed changes to make the boat disabled friendly and tall person friendly.
a few of the more important considerations we had to address.
1. head room: at 2 meters tall this is a consideration that impacts my comfort and utility aboard.
2. width of walkways: on crutches i am 40 inches wide and cannot get narrower with out…Continue
Our 21 tiki is progressing nicely . I used awlfair for the decks and hull and will continue with awlgrip 545 primer . the decks are complete and sealed , ready to prime hulls . The next step is the crossbeams . Please please , anyone done this with 3x3 aluminum in place of the original wood beams ? Has anyone bolted the beams rather than lashing them . any feedback would be greatly appreciated .