Month: March 2017

Vague Launch Notions

March 20, 2017  Hours spent building to date:  3,548 When I first started building the Tardis, the first question asked by everyone who knew about the project was, “How long do you think it will take, when do you think you will launch the boat?”  But then as it became that the build was going

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Ray to the Rescue

March 14, 2017  Hours spent building to date:  3,528 I was down on my knees with a drill at the deckhouse helm station just about to make a series of holes that I really didn’t want to make when Ray walked in with a recalcitrant tool and saved the day. I have been working away steadily

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Exterior Varnish Done

March 6, 2017  Hours spent building to date:  3,456 One of the suppliers I deal with a lot, Jamestown Distributors, is (I think) going to run some pictures and a blurb on Tardis in their next catalog.  So I took some shots for them of the newly-finished exterior varnish. This, as most things, took more time

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