Thursday, 30 December 2010


It's felt like we haven't made good progress lately. This Christmas break has given us a chance to get our electric screwdrivers out again. On reflection, however, we've been working so hard at our real-life jobs that we're able to schedule some time to go to drydock this Spring. I, for one, will sleep much sounder after we've drydocked, although it is a hugely daunting and terrifying task- mostly because of the sheer volume of unknowns.

I keep finding myself getting distracted by the exciting things like Shower Pods, sofas or coffee makers. None of which I will spend a penny on until the interior buildingwork is finished. They're the rewards for getting through the grinding part of the renovation. The full-nights' of sleep are the rewards for drydocking.

Happy New Year!


rob said...

May you two have a Healthy,Happy and a prosperous new year too

tim² said...

I've read the whole story about your adventure about the efforts you've put in your boat.
Surprisingly there's no one asking what happened to you, so I have to:
What happened to you???

Both of you had such an extraordinary way to describe your way, your failures, problems and success in building your new home - where are you?

Cheers, Timm!