(Not  Tally Ho ... Included for continuity)

Very sensibly, Leo occasionally takes time out from the work on Tally Ho. That's a vital move for one's own sanity and I'd have been worried if he didn't. Focussing too hard on one thing to the exclusion of everything else is a sure-fire recipe for burnout.

In this episode from Leo, he revisits Luke Powell. As usual, it's an opportunity for Leo not just to break and do something a little different, but also an opportunity to reflect, compare, contrast and learn.

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In this episode Leo visits the massively impressive new Pilot Cutter being built in Cornwall, UK. She is named the Pellew, and is a replica of the 68′ Falmouth Pilot Cutter Vincent, which was built in St Mawes in 1852.

Leo has a conversation with Luke Powell, Project Manager and Chief Shipwright, about their progress since last time he last visited the project 6 months ago. They discuss the enormous mast that is currently being made, and also the challenges of managing a project of this size and scope.