Re: Micro Upgrade
- Do you have bears near that cabin Jason? You might have more than a
bent keel to contend with come spring!
Are you retreating into the hills for peace and quiet to knock out
I'll get all the spars and bits finished
> up and rigged by the warmth of the woodburning stove in the cabin
> this winter. I'm moving farther out into the woods this week and i
> donb't have a trailer yet so my little beast will be left unattended
> at the old building site 20 miles from my new cabin. Oh well the
> water will start icing in 30 days anyhow.
> Jason conceiting defeat to old man winter and praying for an early
> Oh, I hadn't noticed that the hatch is now short. Strange, becauseActually, (I had forgotten), the side view of the boat shows a hatch
> they have stressed the large open hatch as being part of making the
> glasshouse livable (like Birdwatcher). I wouldn't like to lose the
> lovely open rag-top feeling of the original hatch design.
with a shorter length. The top view shows a longer length. (Also,
the top view doesn't show a horse). 'Omission' 'error', 'builders option',
take your choice.
A word of caution, I chose to make my hatch longer still. The difficulty
of building a hatch, (and the hatch rails) straight enough to slide fairly
without binding grows exponentially with length. IOW, a short hatch
is vastly easier to build than a long hatch.