What a long Haul

Hope I’m not boring you guys with these but it shows how involved this all is. More than I had originally thought.

I tired to get help but in Ventura it’s a quiet sleepy town by the sea. I’m an enigma. People come to the studio like they are visiting a backlot or disneyland. They are fascinated but there’s just no makers here.

I had a few interns for awhile but they caused more trouble than they helped. It took time away from by fast pace so I let them all go.

So it’s just me.

What you are seeing is still very rough parts pushed together. I cut out a few windows in on section to see what it will take to light. I also started the second wheel that’s unfinished and I’m happy with the way it’s coming out. Still there’s a massive amount of work to do.

Engineering it so when it’s standing up is taking some thinking and imagination. The hub and spokes have to take all the load so they have to be strong.

3 Responses to “What a long Haul”

  1. 1 Brad
    May 3, 2019 at 8:22 am

    Hey Steve, looks fantastic! I wish I was there, I would have loved to give you a helping hand!
    Ya, you got some interesting engineering ahead of you with this one. You always seem to solve all your challenges! I can’t wait to see it finished!

  2. May 3, 2019 at 8:35 am

    Never boring, Steve! Always love to see your beautiful work! 🙂

  3. May 3, 2019 at 2:41 pm

    Looking good! And don’t worry if anyone is bored. They can always unsubscribe. The rest of us are fascinated!

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