Before my unfortunate accident Beth and I had climbing projects right next to each other, in fact, one on top of the other. We don't have any pictures of us on them, but here is what they look like.
This is "All chalk no Action"5.12a , Beth's project, I think she will finish it pretty fast. And the best part is that I have to climb it to get to my project.
This is "Orange Crush"5.13b Absolutely stunning, a testpiece of very technical rock climbing.
On to the boat
So we ended up just buying a sheet of 1/2" plywood and a veneer. Usually to put a veneer on you have to use contact cement, which smells worse than bondo. But I was pleasantly surprised to find that our veneer is self adhesive.
I am peeling of the paper to veneer one of the doors for the dinette.
Here are some patterns for bulkheads and sea berth parts I've been making.
Its crazy, but we are actually getting ready to fit the stove into the boat. Here I built a mock up gimbal to find the center of gravity of the oven, and determine the correct pivot point.
Lots of clamps for gluing up some mahogany and fir
A deck beam I glued up, that will commence framing out the cockpit.
The boat shop has been fantastic lately, so much fun work, great temps, and a plan(for now).