Today, I ran the propane hose from the new stove, outside and to the stern where the bottles will go. All I have to do now is buy some propane bottles and figure out how I want to stow them. Need to install the propane sniffer as well. Also got the foot pump (for fresh water) installed in the head.
Finally, I think I have the design for my stern pulpit figured out (that's the solid rail that encloses the back end of the boat for you non-seafarin' folks). The homemade one that's on it is ugly and cracked at all the welds. I hope I have the design right because once it's welded up in stainless steel, it's a little late to find out that I screwed up some measurement. I'll have to ponder it a bunch before I deliver the design to the fabricator.
Tomorrow's big job is to cut 2 access holes in the top of my diesel tank and then pump the fuel out so that I can reach in with a rag and clean the inside. Then I'll have to have a couple pieces of aluminum plate cut to the right size and drilled for screw holes so I can cover up the access ports.
This must be incredibly boring to anyone except Lulu. Sorry folks, but I have to do all this stuff before we can get underway and start writing the interesting stuff. Bear with me.