Wooden boatbuilding, Lugged steel bicycle frames, computers. The usual.
Looks rather nice on a trailer, I reckon.
Top on the priority list for the new place is somewhere I can store Elena, on her trailer, and finish her off. :)
Yeah! Good to see your progress on the boat.I was worried that you had lost interest.Just life getting in the way I guess. Starting the fifth year of my own build, 4 m mini cruiser.Dave K.
Was wondering what was up with your Navigator as you did such a fantastic job building and documenting. Press on as there is nothing to compare to feeling the motion of the ocean in a boat you've built. I hope you can find a place so Elena can live with you. I built my CS17 at a museum boatshop a couple miles from my house. It worked out fine. Reach out to the small boat sailing community. They are notoriously helpful people. Brian in Maryland
Hooray! I too was worried you lost interest. Looking forward to seeing how you finish off the rigging details. I've made a few minor modifications since launching Crucible. Actually, most of my changes are the result of finally figuring out how it should be rigged properly in the first place! I retired last August from the job I hated and now can spend an infinite amount of time puttering about and experimenting with different ideas. So far, it's everything I've dreamed of. A couple of projects on the books right now are a boom tent and a galley box to store cooking and eating gear. I'd also like to build a wooden grate cockpit sole as the porch paint I applied (and reapplied) just isn't up to the grinding effect of Texas oyster shell fragments. Good luck with your move!
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