He mentioned the boat and I rehearsed my latest woes. "I'll be round in the morning," he said, "ten o'clock suit you?" Of course, ten o'clock would suit me, specially since it was a "work at home" day although I really didn't want to be responsible for making him feel ill again, or more ill than he felt in the supermarket.
|Let these wires that have been joined together in continuity |
let no man or engine vibration put asunder.
This one clearly shows the new spill rail we put on a few months ago and some other wiggly bits of tube attached to useful engine bits. Also there are more red wires while in the background you can see the yellow wire.
This one shows one of the fuel leaks I failed to stop last Sunday. It's not the worst one by any means, but it will need to be sorted. I've tightened the nut as much as seems prudent. Will it be enough or will action of a different order be required?
The day has turned out quite nicely and the sun is shining brilliantly. Time to get some bread baking and get on with a coat of primer on the most recently discovered patches of rust I have been treating.
Then more song practice I think. Today is the last day of my sixth decade.