Almost Done

I had hoped to leave Vallejo for my trip north as early as a week ago. It wasn’t to be and with the eastern Pacific high showing signs that it doesn’t know that summer is here, I doubt I will leave before mid-month! Talking with a boating friend Friday who is very attuned to theContinue reading “Almost Done”

Hundreds of Males, Too Few Females.

I was looking forward to this project, as I like working on the electrical things and I just wanted to also tidy up the wires and the things I’d done over the last couple of years. I needed to put new female spade connectors on the gauges and switches in the forward head. I also neededContinue reading “Hundreds of Males, Too Few Females.”

Two Types of Boaters

Two More Projects Down; 37 to Go Now, there are two types of boaters. There are those who have few parts, but they are well organized and whenever they need something, they always have just what they need. Best of all, they have very few extra pieces, everything being stored in a few 2-liter containers.Continue reading “Two Types of Boaters”

Time Waits for No One

I was on schedule, the one I’d made month’s earlier. It was June 10th. 460 nm to go to our winter home of Vallejo, close compared to only a month ago, but now time was getting compressed. My hard, drop dead dates were also much closer.  July 6th was the hardest one, my flight fromContinue reading “Time Waits for No One”