66. East Coast Oak and a Pink Fireman

Back to work on Tally Ho! After returning to the West Coast, I start by planing and bolting the beam shelf scarps joints. In the process, I buy a vintage pipe threading machine and use it to thread the bolts.
After a 3500 mile journey across the USA, a Pink Fireman arrives with a trailer-full of White Oak for TALLY HO’s deck beams, which we unload with the help of a forklift and a stubborn parrot. It’s good to be back!

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66. East Coast Oak and a Pink Fireman (Tally Ho EP66)

5 thoughts on “66. East Coast Oak and a Pink Fireman

  1. Is there a better way to contact you? I’d prefer phone but an email address is OK. the links to your wishlist and the other links don’t work for me.

  2. Leo, I’de like to help with the slop issue on the new pipe threader. If someone hasn’t offered yet please drop me an E-mail so we can make a plan. I can make you a new bearing or whatever you think is best.
    Ken Wood Bothell

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