Two Tikis, Two Good Friends

4 Responses

  1. jon sutton says:

    Interesting macrame in the engine well……….. shame about the toes in shot !!

    glad you’re progressing

  2. Spencer says:

    As someone who manages construction projects of various sizes all the time, Don’t get to frustrated with the timetable changes. Deadlines are often put aside to assure the quality of the product and are completely justified. Just readjust your mindset and handle the progression as logically as you can. You are on the doorstep of making your dream a reality. There are so very few of us who get to do that. You are to be commended.

    On a personal note, I have broached the idea of buiklding a Tiki 38 to the wife and she was majorly receptive to the idea. Give me a couple years to get some home issues wrapped up, and cunstruction may well begin in my backyard. To that end, I am currently enclosing my back pation as a workshop and installing enough evaporative cooling to effective cool a connected construction tent in the yard. I do believe this may be my first step. I would be remise if I did not take the time to say that a major part of the inspiration for this has come from following your blog. I thank you very much for rekindling the flame, Neil. Fair winds and following seas.

  3. Spencer says:

    remiss dammit-not remise

  4. Spencer says:

    Well, hell, I just re-read my post and it is full of errors. Let’s put it down to excitement, shall we?

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