1227Hrs- Just Do It
In boat building, as in life, there are things that must be done no matter how much you try and avoid them. It is easy to expend lots of time and energy on avoidance but ultimately you have to do whatever it is. Yesterday the boat building subject in question was sanding, I started, got bored, and wandered off into other things. Today I made up for it and instead of starting on the chine fillets I donned hat gloves and face mask, picked up the belt sander and cracked on. Seven hours later I had all the filled screw holes in both hulls sanded back. I probably won’t be able to move my arms tomorrow but right now I feel very pleased with myself. Thanks to Chuck for posting the link to a site promoting electric propulsion units. This was one of the ones I’d found during my research but I also found some on line comments about problems with their service and with overheating control units. I’m hoping that in a few years things will have developed and there will be a better range of options because it is certainly an appealing option.