And loving it.
One of the Best Shows Ever!
It’s shaped like a teardrop
The pic I posted is a side shot of the front section.
But if there's a front section, is there a back section and what connects them ?
I saw the preliminary designs.
They have begun to evolve...
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Great to see you've been busy Surffoils.
I have an idea (maybe two) where this is all going, but am happy to keep my thoughts to myself and wait for the great unveling.
Bring it on.
Along with wrangling 2 young sons and the child bride, busy isn't the word for it lately !
A year ago I looked around and realised I hated working in operating theatres, everything's paid for and then some so I quit and didn't have anything to do except surf and think.
You know... The 'Fuck it, lifes too short' syndrome.
So after finishing my job and being mildly creative I've developed a portable inflatable operating theatre for remote locations, war zones and natural disasters. Pic 1.
An ergonomic patient transfer board. Pic. 2
A clamping method of transferring critical patients and their monitoring equipment. Pic. 3
A truly novel device that creates an ISO Class 1 sterile field for cleaner surgery that's up for government selection and commercialisation.
And as a reaction to the Virus I farmed a massive veggie garden with tomatoes, zhuchini, soya beans, corn, squash, mint, ginger, bok choy, avocado trees, onions, basil, oregano, garlic, watermelons, rockmelons, oranges, mandarins, lemons, potatoes, garlic, beets, chickens. The pic only shows about 20%. Pic. 4
Oh and of course the Unique multi piece customised surfboard.
So yeah, it's been busy.
But how do the pieces connect??? Also, what's that hanging in the upper left of your garden, it looks like large skeins of rope/yarn.
Send me your dinged, damaged, and yellowed.
Rohan, you're asking the hard questions.
The skeins are for tying up the tomato's and other veggies as they grow. I've probably got 200 tomato plants. The tomatoes can grow to 8 feet high and full with fruit, they need some support. Use a natural string and it all goes back into the mulch for recycling.
As for the connector, there's a physical gap between the front and back section, the section don't connect together.
Coming soon huh. Pear shape, Roma or 33 Rounds?