Month: March 2016

The Hull Truth

March 17, 2016  Hours spent building to date:  2,300 (Title to this post appropriated from one of the best boat restoration sites on the Web I think I have declared the hull finished three times before this.  But as I was milling lumber for the trim and rubrails, I kept running my hand over the

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Inching Forward

March 14, 2016  Hours spent building to date:  2,279 Sometimes the Tardis seems to leap forward to completion (galley in, deckhouse beams on), but some weeks you work just as hard and things barely inch along.  Plus every picture comes out lousy. Case in point.  To begin installing hull trim, I had to cut out

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Down Memory Lane

March 7, 2016  Hours spent building to date: 2,243 Short week due to the start of the boatbuilding season at the Connecticut River Museum and a talk for the America’s Great Loop Cruisers Association to about 60 people thinking about going on the Loop. This was my first slide,  finishing the Loop with John at the Statue

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