1637Hrs – Hectic Hot & Happy
The last two weeks have been two of the most intense weeks I’ve experienced in a long time but at the same time they’ve been incredibly satisfying because the intensity has been entirely self driven and that’s something I’ve rarely experienced. I was determined to regain ground after our fantastic holiday in Portugal and so I’ve been entirely focused on my business. As always I have pangs of conscience that I’m not making progress with the build but then, as always, I remind myself that I’m still working on the project and without the business there will be no boat. That said I’m coming round to the idea that I should schedule a minimum of build time in every week and stick to it, not only will I feel easier about building progress but the enforced change will probably make me more productive at my desk. Despite these niggles though I am happier than at any time since I started the project and supremely confident about the future. Don’t forget that I’ll be sharing more about my thoughts and actions away from the build on my new site at Dream To Sail.com so please check it out.
Today I started construction of the second large section of main cabin roof and also spent a bit of time playing with the fit of the completed one over the starboard main cabin. Pleasingly it dropped into place really well and it was immensely satisfying to see how well the curved deck section married up to the curved top of the main bulkhead I fitted so many months ago.