“It doesn’t belong in a rural residential neighborhood,” Winborn added. “It belongs in a boat marina.”
This is not unreasonable. I want to support the build (and I’ve made donations in the past) but it sounds to me like the best solution is to put the boat in a situation where the neighbours don’t have grounds to complain. I hope it gets sorted.Posted 1 year agoPosted 1 year ago
nice to see happy leo.Posted 1 year ago
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I may be doing just that 🙂Posted 1 year ago
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Well that was fun.Posted 1 year ago
Can’t say I’ve drunk on the internet with 15000 strangers before.
It was lunchtime for me, so no boozing :-(, on the bright side I don’t live that far from the Sequim area, so maybe when the project moves there will be a chance to visit it.Posted 1 year ago
edited versionPosted 1 year ago
Thats a job and a half. Used to do my mates boat prior to racing to get it as smooth as possible before new paint.
Must be calking next :?, I’ve watched a few vids on that and wouldnt envy anyone the job on this yacht.Posted 1 year ago
Looking stunning.Posted 1 year ago
I realised the other day that I didn’t watch tally ho from the beginning. I started watching it when someone on here recommended it.
The first one I watched was when he went to buy his live oak, episode 19. So I’ve started again from the beginning. The live oak one is still brilliant. We’ll worth watching again. 8 minutes in he reads a book on live oak, his accent is amazing. https://youtu.be/pH37Dep0cvU
Watching the early episodes, I can’t believe just how much he did on his own. He’s really come a long way.
Brilliant recommendation.Posted 1 year ago
Making 4000 bungs! I love the way he was doing it tho. Very clever.
I actually joined Patreon to support Leo/Tally Ho. Always enjoy a new episode although I’m glad they are finished the planking. Looking forward to the episode where they move the boat.Posted 1 year ago
That’s a lot of sanding!
Can’t believe he took this project on, on his own. Some of the early videos when he’s on his own moving really heavy bits of wood are inspiring.
He and tally ho have come a long wayPosted 1 year ago
While incredible to see how long and how much work it’s taken to get to this stage, there’s still a considerable amount still to be done.The deck planks,fittings on to of those by way of companionways, hatches, systems of bringing light into the saloon,construction of the masts, stepping them(fitting), running gear, standing lines, and internal fit out. Engine, tiller and etc etc etc. In fact taking all thats still to be done it kind of looks like they’re only a 1/3 of the way in from completion.Posted 1 year ago
Scary thing is if 4 years is 1/3 done, that could mean he’s still got years left to do.Posted 1 year ago
chin up Leo 🙂Posted 1 year ago
As admirable as it is, a backgarden in a domestic setting is not the place for it.Posted 1 year ago
she’s a movingPosted 1 year ago
Christ! I’m an emotional wreck!
Wherever you are, it’ll feel dustier than it is.Posted 1 year ago
Great episode…I worry that Pancho will be heartbrokenPosted 1 year ago
Oooh, new home time.
What a great couple who hosted them all up until now.Posted 1 year ago
Great video, 😊
333k followers now!Posted 1 year ago
Very moving episode (sorry)Posted 1 year ago
Wonderful to see the mutual respect between them all. And what a piece of kit that trailer is, swaying from side to side to avoid the house/trees
Just hope people take heed about the ‘give us space to work’ request
Great episode, what wonderful hosts. Would be great to get Raul involved in building a little tender for Tally Ho and calling it Darlene. Then they know they will sail with Leo. We hear a lot about the worst side of humanity, but this project also highlights the best.Posted 1 year ago
It looks like a nice set up.Posted 1 year ago
birdknapper! got this image of an old couple pinning up “have you seen this bird” posters all around Sequim 😉Posted 1 year ago
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