1327Hrs- Priority Task

6 Responses

  1. david says:

    man your wharram looks great keep up the great work and the enthusiasm if you can. keep going regardless you won’t regret it .
    email me if you want a contact in cairns australia .
    cheers dave

  2. Nonthawat says:

    Good luck with the job hunt Neil.

  3. Brian Nelson says:

    Neil, I have very much enjoyed your blogs so far. Good luck with the job search and I hope you are quickly back to regular comfortable boatbuilding.

    -Brian

  4. Martin says:

    Hi Neil,

    Go for it and find yourself a new job ASAP so you can get back to finishing Gleda soonest. She will wait for you a while but don’t neglect her too much. The risk is to become part of the overwhelming statistics… you know, the 95% that start a boat and never finish. It is obvious that you should be part of the 5% that actually do good work and finish their project. You are up to a seriously good start. This job "problem" is only a small bump in the road in the big picture.

    I started my second hull today. I am pretty excited. The first one is 98% done (I don’t think it will EVER reach 100% completion). The second one should be very quick because all the parts are already cut and epoxied AND I have a pretty good idea how to do it by now.

    Keep smiling, keep in touch and good luck!

    Martin

  5. Ben says:

    Tuff times toff measures. i just vaunt to say that your blog has given my sow mutch inspiration.I hop you can find a way to kontinjue the bild.
    good luck!

  6. John the Kiwi in NY says:

    Hi Neil,
    Your blogs are an inspiration to me and I hope you’ll soon be back to making regular progress – you’ve achieved so much already. Like you, I was recenly laid off. I feel that if you can get past this hurdle and get on with building Gleda, then perhaps I may also be mentally strong enough to deal with lifes challenges and build a Tiki 38. Best wishes!

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