Progress on the Marina has been slow. I had hoped it would be on the road by now, but that’s not happened.
It was nearing the end of the holiday period, and a little Marina waited patiently for some attention.
I’ve been pushing forward with the Marina this week, spending a couple of days after work finishing up some of the bodywork.
Winter sucks. Not only is it cold and dark, but it also makes working in the garage a somewhat unappealing prospect. That, and having other projects on the go, caused a bit of a slowdown with the Marina.
Having run out of MIG gas, which then nuked my momentum and motivation on the bodywork repairs, I decided to change path, and do something I actually enjoy; mechanical and electrical work.
At times it feels like I’m playing Whack-A-Mole with the rust, but I am steadily knocking rust on the head and putting new steel in.
Wow, it’s almost been a year since Part 1, this project really has been on the back burner.
Oh hello again, it’s been a while. No one likes sagging, so let’s fix it.
Just a quick update to show where I’m at with the Marina.