At the end of the day, I will place an order with John Gardner at Taylors Stoves and Heaters, and lost out on the Portland Pudgy. Continue reading “A Yes to Taylors, and a No from the Portland Pudgy”
I replaced the shelf on top of the stainless steel water tank.
This allowed me to look at more of my options for routing the filler house over to the water bladder we’ll installed under the starboard setee. It would be a long convoluted route, so for the moment we may just bring the Continue reading “Caro Babbo, I completed…”
The weather forecasts no rain today in Seattle, so if everything plays out correctly, I’ll ride my bike to the boat. It is 12 miles each way, so it is a nice ride. The problem this time of year is that it gets dark by 4.30, so riding home is something I often need to forego.
Getting the bike home becomes a problem. I haven’t started mounting it on the front of the bus, which can be a problem in any case at rush hour.
The engine is starting well using the Dickenson diesel heater pump as a lift Continue reading “Caro Babbo work today”
This is a post from Facebook that predates actual content on the Caro Babbo website.
There are a number of additional upgrades and restorations made that are not listed.