Greetings from our peaceful corner of Nass valley in May
So wind power on the Ocean and peddle power on the land.
State of the Art Personal Location Beacons
Not cheap but we each have one of these attached to our life jackets
Prince Rupert Spring sky
Masie copes with Luksanna showering affection on a GR puppy
Our base for our 20lb propane bottle.
Our once uncluttered stern!
Did you know our camera cann take black and white?
Here you have the same mess in colour
New aerial base
Here we have go measure 4 times and then pray
Lets hope they fit
lots of no sealant on the bolt holes
A rachet makes life easy
Some people think boats are boring!
The AIS Antenna ready to go
Lots of room.
everything monted good
the Ais will be linked to the Chartplotter using these 2 nmea data wires
2 pieces of wire
Steve continues to get good at soldering wire together
the little stand cost less than a case of beer
great swear saving device
quick shrink rap
Our AIS VHF Radio
More on this later.
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”
― Albert Einstein
Dear Friends & readers,
Our post today is to continued from the previous post ‘Further refitting’
p.s. Our blog just changed site title from South Pacific ‘engagement’ to ‘journal’ 🙂