We parked up and walked into Jim's shed and there was AmyJo. We could not believe how much Jim had done in such sort time.
|Does my bum look big in this?|
|Chris standing at the bows, thinks we're gonna|
need an intercom system, or semaphore flags.
Jim was starting to put the last plates of the hull sides in place as we walked in and her hull was starting to resemble a boat.
|AmyJo now looks even longer|
Chris simply could not resist and wanted to walk inside to get a good feel for AmyJo.
|No Chris its not going to be the Jacuzzi, its the engine bay! Silly|
|Chris playing hop scotch with AmyJo's ribs|
|Chuffed to bits or what?|
|It getting difficult to fit all of AmyJo into the picture frame now|
After an hour looking over AmyJo and having a cuppa and a chat with Jim we headed home in the rain. We'll leave Jim to it for now and we'll visit again in two weeks time as our friends Derek and Vicki are coming to stay next weekend. Meantime Jim will continue to send us photographs of his progress to wet our appetites.
Looking good guys, when is the launch date :-)
Not soon enough :-)
So excited for you both, as I know how your feeling right now as we felt the same when Hadar was being built. We were lucky we saw her progress everyday. Looking forward to watching her progress xxxx
Yes we are pretty excited to say the least. We're like two school kids at the moment enjoying watching our new toy being made :-) Its so cool to see the changes as AmyJo comes together.
We have never seen a narrow boat built from scratch before, its so interesting to watch.
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