I bought my first plywood sheets and have laid out the first of three internal backbones for my Sukha build. I am excited, as this feels like the first REAL day of boat building. Today’s mission was: mount cartop racks on my Toyota Prius Prime so I can haul plywood. […]
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Building a boat is a long term proposition, as is cleaning up a basement that hasn’t seen organizational efforts in some time. Day two in this build was spent doing more cleanup. I had to create more “away” spaces, today mostly focusing on camping/boating gear such as a tent and […]
Oh, the love affairs I’ve had. I’ve had one night stands and affairs that were intense and quick to burn out, much like shooting stars. I’ve loved for weeks, then left them behind, only to return again a few months or even years later. I’ve written about them extensively, laying […]
This is going to be the boat I build next. Guiclemanac’h, designed by Yann Quenet in France. The decision took a decade of thinking and dreaming, and honestly, 3 false starts in building, but this build felt important, especially now, ten years in. Life is short and if I am […]
This is a test fitting on the sidewalk, a great way to get a sense of how we will fit inside. Reminder: Guiclémanac’h is the name of the design. Sukha is the name of this particular boat. Sukha is easier/possible to say, so I’ll mostly write Sukha. Click here to see […]
A quick note. Here’s what I did this morning. It is starting to go 3-D. Now it gets exciting. The rest of life halts boat building for the rest of the day, at this point anyway. Work. Relatives. Time with my wife. Stuff. I retired, but there is an emergency […]