Jordangbr wrote:Brunel just entombed a couple of riveters inside the hull on the Great Eastern.....
Terminator wrote:Hi Stew if you think the pic looks good you should see K7 in the flesh so to speak totally mind blowing! By chance I got a Wednesday afternoon/ evening session in recently and boy she is amazing to work on! Can't quite put it into words how I feel when working on her now things are fast taking shape. With Ritchie on the block and me on the gun the rivets were banging home one after the other. Those skin pins on the rear tail cowling are disappearing fast becoming history themselves. We are being watched very carefully from behind though and hopefully he is admiring our commitment to his memory and what he was trying to achieve on that fateful day. Patience is a thing I never thought I would have but on K7 a quality job is paramount ask the Boss. She will be ready when she is ready and not before.
Awesome in the extreme !!!
Rivets you must have known I was coming
StewDurham wrote:hope to get up later in the year to lend a hand, and will do when it gets wet.
Mike Bull wrote:StewDurham wrote:hope to get up later in the year to lend a hand, and will do when it gets wet.
Without meaning anything in particular to Stew, I suspect that a lot of people will suddenly want to 'help' when all the hard work is done and the boat is finished!
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