Sure is a lot of boat building stuff in this video. Loving this Spring weather and the progress. Many thanks to Bart, Paul, Nathan, David, a team from Oneok and Betsy for making it happen. And thanks too, for our viewers and supports. Keep it positive and keep the dream happening.
I owe Seeker crew member Chris Gassen a big thank you for figuring out this G-Code Ripper software, and frankly I made this video because I forgot how it worked after we cut the deck tiles. 🙂
Cathodic protection is one of those topics that brings out the worst in boaters as too many think they have the absolute truth and few of them agree on it. The truth seems to be vague because of the number of variables. Fresh or salt or brackish water. Steel, aluminum, wood, or fiberglass hull. Aluminum outdrive, or stainless and … Read More
Nathan rode in from snowy Michigan. Along with Bart we finished casting the bow rollers and cleats for Aluminum Bronze and then Nathan demonstrated once more that you can become a proficient MIG welder in less than 5 minutes.
Ya just gota love the beauty of pouring molten metal into a mold and watching something form that will last for thousands of years. It just never grows old. And we got lots of great assistance from Bart, Richard, Chris, Betsy, Paul, Tom, and Drew Smith who drove over his thermocoupler and even those tourist; Thomas, Jason and Ed that dropped … Read More
We started off our Saturday 10 am Live Feed with some casting and we got 5 pours done today. Betsy shot a second casting of a bow roller later in the day that is posted on the FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/ohmymy40/videos/10211406922024711/ Thanks to Richard Day, Chris Browning, Paul Hatch, Bart Robinson, and Drew Smith for helping out with the castings today.