Good day all;
I've been active in other forums
for a few years now, but only discovered this forum through a link posted on one of my favourites.
I live in western Canada
, on a green paradise they call Vancouver Island.
Educated as an engineer
, but with 30 years experience as a fabricator I now work as a Quality Control Supervisor for a company that makes ASME pressure vessels, mostly from various stainless steel
alloys. A decent wage, a good computer and all the stainless I can steal.
Currently I am restoring an '82, US 25', quite possibly the Rambler American of the boat world. I find the design acceptable, but the execution as cheap
and nasty as only Bayliner can do. The hull
is sound and nearly everything else has been removed and replaced as close to properly as I am able. She is still on the hard
, but awaiting a slip, as are many others around here.
Keep the slimy side down.