Mar 23, 2020, 7:06 PM
Leo finishes twisting the beam shelves into place, bending them into their final positions forward and aft. He receives the repaired part of the pipe threading machine in the mail back from Keith Rucker, who brazed together the broken pieces and replaced the bushings. After reassembling the threading machine, it works wonderfully. Finally, Leo needs to work out an efficient way to fabricate bolts to fasten the beam shelves to the frames, and so he makes a few haphazard jibs to help. Pancho takes a bath, and Leo find another Shipwright to work on the project with him!
Mar 8, 2020, 4:51 PM
In this episode, Leo finishes planing the beamshelves, move them into the boat, and start the process of bending them around the inside of the frames - creating some big loads and some scary creaking noises… Meanwhile, Marshall helps by cleaning up the vintage threading machine, and we send a broken part to Keith Rucker for repairs. In other news, the StarBoat finally finds a great new home, and Leo has some really exciting news about the future of the project!