41. New year, new team, new VISA, new timber!

This episode, after a little work on the frames, Cecca and I take a trip to Vancouver for my VISA interview at the US consulate. When we get back to the USA Cecca has to head back home to the UK, but we start building a new team with three guys who arrive to help out – including one who has been here already. We get the huge Purpleheart timbers for the rest of the centerline delivered by truck, and we discover a very old bullet embedded deep in one of the pieces of Live Oak framing stock. At the end of this video we have replaced almost every frame in the centre-section of Tally Ho!


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41. New year, new team, new VISA, new timber! (Tally Ho EP41)

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  4. I was curious. Why are the frames not fastened to the Purple Heart keel but merely neatly fitted? Will they eventually be mechanically bolted/screwed to the keel?

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