Dang and darn!
Don't you just hate, and I mean HATE, giving away the punchline to a great post in the title of the post? This means that none of you's'll be readin' past right HERE.
But there is more. However, of course and unfortunately for you, I can't remember the really funny stuff I was thinking of for this post while I was making wort (wort is a beer brewing term, BTW) and also planting plants --outside. No, the wort wasn't being made outside, the plants were.
I blame wifey-poo. She, ah, distracted me. Yeah, that's it; distracted me.
So it's all her fault. Ahem. *ed. dave sleeps on couch tonight*
But that's ok for you. All you need to do is read this far, think of something funny, and then spew coffee/beer/tea/soda/wine/everclear all over your computer monitor.
See? Wasn't that funny?
YT: I'm gonna go make some bread crumbs for tonight's fishcakes.
YT: Yup, I'm sure I'll make a crummy job of it! HAHHHAHAHAHAHHA!
WP: *is there something solid and heavy around?*
This post has to do with sails. Specifically, the rigging of said sails. Does this mean that dave's going to go aloft in a gale to gybe the chute? Does it mean he's going to shimmy up the mast to the boom (in a typhoon ) to triple-reef the main?
He's going to do it all the easy way: Sit down below in the cabin and push a button for the roller-furling to do it's job. Just like someone I am acquainted with.
Actually, this is rigging shade sails. For the pool dontcha know.
It all started with this pic.
Please notice that I have already rigged one of the shade sails. The one that did not require me to put the ladder in the pool.
And you may also notice just how careful I'm being:
Here I very deftly set the drill down and quickly struck a pose for the camera!
And now it's just a simple job of screwing in the hook.
Unfortunately for me, but fortunately for you, I had to stand on THIS step
This is what it looked like:
Ah, but wait my young grasshopping padowans! This next pic sums things up nicely!
Aaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnd, of course: the pictures