Nothing like some time away to put things into perspective. After we got back from visiting family for the holidays, I walked into a shop that was a total mess! No, it didn't happen while we were gone, I had just subconsciously ignored it up until now. Whats more, some wind storms, while we were gone, did a number on the fencing around the boat. I decided it cant be salvaged. No matter, it was sort of hacked together anyway and has lasted nearly three years. Perhaps I can take the bits of it and finish the fence on the other side of the yard.So, I think for the next month I will be working on Shop 3.0 design and organization. With it being cold and gray outside, this is a good time of year to do something like this. Actual boat work, for the month of January, may be limited to design and preparing for some projects due in the coming months.
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