1066Hrs – Careful Progress

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  1. Thomas Nielsen says:

    Hi Neil, It’s been a long time since I’ve had time to read through your blog in detail. Lots of great things happening from what I can see. You are making great progress. I have not had much time for sailing this summer as I am completing a significant building project in Oregon that has me away. Hopefully I’ll be on the water by mid-August. Keep at it.

  2. Adrian Honeybill says:

    Good to see you back ‘in production’.When things went quiet, feared the worst! Good to find that you are back to being a ‘wage slave’. Back inthe same line or something totally different?

    Work at my end is a tad patchy, due to family stuff from March to June and now weather only starting to come good. I may end up hauiling Ateya out next month to fix outstanding items on shore instead of afloat. Also the poor weather earlier on did not allow for any progress. To cap it all, work is taking off and looks as if I wll be buried through Sept into Oct. Oh well, can’t complain!

    Best wishes


    I keep looking into the journal every couple of days from my desk here in the City. Useful to get back to important stuff once in a while.

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