You can spend tens of thousands of dollars on paint and sand blast every square inch of steel inside and out, or you go cheap and easy and get low cost products like very old epoxy, and coal tar and use rust converters to avoid blasting inside a hull. I like cheap and … Read More
Tulsa Oklahoma is not the first place you would think of for building a steel boat, but it’s turned out to be a fantastic place to find generous, helpful and talented fabricators. Dave and Shannon spend their days working for the local refinery, and both came up through careers … Read More
Many thanks to Donn, Bart, Dave, Shannon, and Greg. The exhaust system is cut and tacked in and the water tanks are all have their hatches in place. Battery compartments are tomorrow.
The Journey is the Reward.
I’ve been listening to “The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined” and it’s a fantastic book that uses research to dislodge that idea that we live in a dangerous world. Every neurotic parent should read this and take the shackles off … Read More
The cooler weather came south along with Rory from Kentucky. And Hugh, Bart, and Greg rounded out the crew. I am happy to say that we are done stuffing ourselves into the fuel tanks for now. They are all buttoned up and we are focusing on the overhead cable … Read More