site rencontres vegan Yup – seriously, I drilled a 1/16″ hole right through the keel today (from the inside). I was trying to mount a float switch for the center bilge pump (the one I replaced a week ago) and thought it’d be a good idea to drill a pilot hole for the mount.
femme cherche attentat Seriously, that fiberglass is only 1/2″ thick on the bottom of the keel (at least where I drilled). Turned out I was right next to a through-hull fitting that had been removed, so the glass is thinner there (at least that’s my current theory, sans breakfast).
como conocer personas en venezuela I wrapped another stainless screw with teflon and filled it in.
recherche fille mineur I ended up finding a big piece of stainless to mount the switch too so I don’t have to drill in the bottom of the boat (never again, at least not in that spot).
http://www.iziart.cz/?filmec=online-dating-message-tips&f71=b5 I’m curious to see what I’ll end up with when we do the next haul-out and bottom job. I keep finding stuff that’s been dropped / left in the bottom of the bilges / engine room that tells me some semi-pros were hired to work on the boat. (If I was doing the job I wouldn’t leave shit down there if it was my own boat – and I’m truly NOT a neat freak).
visit the site Anyhow – it’s rainy and cold today in Lake Charles, I’m not planning on moving from Laeburge casino today (or tomorrow). I’m going to go get breakfast, gamble, and enjoy a Saturday watching football. Then tomorrow I’ll watch church on FB (renaissance church with Danny Mack in case you’re curious…it’s not like a bennie hinn thing) and clean on the boat.
http://thecrescenthotel.com/motyzka/2311 My shower was interesting today, by the way, not just because I’m extra filthy, but because we have wind advisaries with gusts up to 40mph so the boat is a rockin’ like you wouldn’t believe. It’s a trip taking a shower in a rocking boat.
Peace love and elephants, James.