Monday, November 07, 2005

My ship comes in

The air cargo guy delivered four heavy boxes of stuff today at about 3 p.m. When I got home, I found that there were two large flat packages that presumably contained lumber, and two smaller boxes, that contained epoxy and other chemicals, and metal hardware such as bronze oarlocks and other metal fasteners. Just unpacking everything was a job.

The two flat boxes contained all the pre-cut wood parts, in 6mm and 9mm thick mahogany marine plywood, as well as instruction booklet, and fiberglass cloth. It's a bit intimidating to see all of it, but in a couple of months this should all be one boat.

The instruction booklet itself is a little daunting, but should be interesting reading for the next day or two. But first, there is the little matter of a rush DVD production job for the mayor of Helena... More soon!


Anonymous Barbara said...

Love that second pix.

10:36 PM  

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