Sorry about the lack of postings lately… I’ve been pretty busy finishing off the trade of my Chrysler 20 for the Kawasaki Concours motorcycle, and it has left me both happy and a bit melancholy. In any case, it’s done, with only one task left – splicing eyes into the new halyards and sheets, which go with the boat. I ordered Stay Set from Defender Industries, but, guess what? They shipped Stay Set X, which has a totally different core construction, and it splices quite differently… so I have to learn the splicing technique, install shackles on the halyards, put an eye in the mainsheet, and then deliver them to the new owner. Which gives me an excuse to ride the Concours….!
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