Project Update

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  1. Chris Harrell says:

    Hi Neil

    as one of your many fans around the world, I am confident that you will succeed in your aims in launchimg and taking off in Gleda. Fully understand that you have had to prioritise and build a solid foundation in order to achieve a spectacular life change.

    May the coffers fill up and the epoxy flow

    Good luck to you mate

    Merry Christmas and a Happy, Prosperous and Productive New Year

    Yours Aye

    Chris Harrell

  2. Nonthawat says:

    Merry Christmas Neil and a very successful New Year! I know you’re doing the right thing.
    All the best,
    Paul

  3. Tsunamichaser says:

    Years ago I was bumming around some of the many boatyards on Puget Sound looking for a particular wooden boat. I became distracted by one I had not come looking for. Two old guys were readying to launch this fine vessel. Neither of them were spring chickens. Nope they were I guess in their late seventies at the time. I watched for awhile while they did the heavy work involved to prepare their vessel for the travel lift taking it slow and easy well within their means. No rush here. This was when I caught the name of their fine craft – "Patience." You only give up when you stop for good and turn your back on yourself. Keep at it when you can. Life is a number of short sails between being layed up, hauled out or waiting for visas and hurricanes to blow by. If you still want to build your boat you will – if you don’t then you won’t and no one should think less of you for that. Hell building it is atleast half the fun. sailing is cold wet and miserable when it isn’t hot, humid and buggy! Crack on when you can!

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