Just leave the ends to fray like everyone else in the world does.
The tuffs will keep the ends from working through the splice and all is well....
Interesting photo Troy- why so white where the water was?
Just deposits that haven't rinsed off the rocks I guess..?
Mind that you are taking on the disposal of said vessel.
Could be costly..
Rest in peace- none know the desperate hour till it is upon them.
I am in the US.
In these parts a constant stream of boats are disposed of by the large marinas.
They are abandoned by clients after years of...
Interesting to note who is on this band wagon Hoyte:
Great, just great:
"Most can suffer anthing but injustice".
I heard a bit on the radio about the Panama Canal expansion project and its influence on a new class of ships, and the port changes which will be...
That's not capsize damage-they ran into something or were run down.
Yeah- phone or radio in a any tender used near offshore waters and a ANCHOR...
I had to pick up a small boy who was allowed to play in a outboard...
Some years back I worked with an old carpenter who had seen many of the landings through the pacific in WWII.
He was a tough old marine...
Bosch- bought new in the 80's and used/abused in commercial work since & still going strong.
Back in the day PC had a pro saw which looked really...
Gold at $1350
Wake me up when it hits $640
Dow theory states that all information known to the 'market' is reflected in price.
It's always been true that this information is unevenly...
It is unrealistic to believe that returns can be realized from investments without work.
West has it exactly right- put the time in and one can...
"Well I guess hard times love a chump- everyone's looking for answers"
Come on in boys- the water is...
Pleasure boats are largely made from petroleum products, burn the stuff to get down the road and are largely used in the 'environment'.
Back to topic-more price finding in oil futures markets: