I was a little scarce last week and the week before. The Seattle Times is doing a feature on the lunar lander dwelling. It had to get substantially finished for the photo shoot by last Thursday. Built like a boat with epoxy and vacuum bagging.
The usually away-team problems compounded by metal fabrication that didn’t fit made me run scared.
And a parent passed away so all kinds of cleaning up and organizing. Am back now and getting to everyone’s projects.
3 thoughts on “Back. What This Time?”
Kurt: Condolences on the loss of one of your parents. I hope you and your family are coping well with the passing of a loved one. Your blog followers are keeping you in their thoughts and sending our love & sympathy for your loss. The lunar lander project turned out amazing!!!!. Hope you received all kinds of positive feedback on the Seattle Times article. I still think the ‘Tiny Homes’ people on cable HGTV would love to do a story on the boat construction techniques that gave birth to lunar lander dwelling. Another opportunity to sell additional plans, construction manuals & videos. Every business can use all the exposure and excitement to build the brand. Keep up the great work and looking forward to more posts on the 23′ daysailer (Version B, the sport model and Version C, the star-ship foiling rocket) and all your developing-evolving designs.
My 2 cents. A fake lunar landing should have look alike aircraft interior and appliances.
Just an opinion! Plenty of sponsors in your area get the stickers or infringe on copywrites and make your own stickers.
Condolences on your loss.