Boat work means lists, projects and knowing it will all be worth it. By Andy Cross.
Switching my electric sander off, I watched dust settle around Yahtzee’s cabin. A steady, cold rain fell outside and I could see my breath in front of me as I surveyed the area I was working on. It looked good. This was improvement, I told myself.
Before leaving the boat that afternoon, I took stock around the interior at what I’d completed and what was left. In the moment, it seemed like I had a lot of projects started yet none finished. And while that was mostly the truth, I was making progress—and even completing small jobs meant headway forward in the infancy of our open-ended refit. Read more.