Time slips away and other changing priorities 2

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Thanks to everyone who has been following the start of my GT Project and has written to ask for an update. I need to apologize to everyone for the long delay in posting anything on the project, but as the saying goes, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”. 

As the new year got under way, things at both my wife’s work and my job got both hectic and a bit complicated. As that drama died down, family issues became an urgent priority. While they have stabilized for now, they are still are a priority and a time challenge for us. Needless to say, our time  and energies have been focused elsewhere and the GT has taken a back seat for the last few months. (But it’s never been far from my thoughts).

On a more positive note, I found and took a lease on a new, and much larger garage space a few towns over and that has allowed me to consolidate a number of my cars, storage spaces and projects under one roof. This is a proper garage with heat and power where I can work year-round in comfort and with the convenient of having all the right tools and equipment to do the work properly. It has taken a lot of my time to set up and move into the garage space, not to mention diverting a bunch of my discretionary funds that would otherwise be going into the GT Project. The good news is that I’m almost done and the GT will be moved to the new space soon and the restoration will begin a new.

So stay tuned and check back soon. Things are going to get moving again shortly….or so I’m hoping.

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2 thoughts on “Time slips away and other changing priorities

  1. Reply Derek Mar 25,2015 10:15 AM

    Nice garage space.
    That Suzuki 500? looks out of place with the Rover and MG banners.

  2. Reply Kurt Jul 17,2015 10:41 AM

    Derek: very good observation on the Suzuki. It’s actually a 1989 GS500E that I’m working on restoring for my son. By the time you read this it will be done. It’s one of the many projects that keep pushing the GT to the back burner, but they are all fun. I’ll post some more updated pics of the garage and the bike, both of which have changed since this picture. Thanks for your interest! KURT

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