Monthly Archives: June 2011
We have been busy tearing the boat apart, removing everything, stripping the bottom (or trying), pulling the V drive, preparing the engine for removal, and many other things. Removing the bottom paint so we can add a barrier coat, to prevent any moisture absorption. We plan to be in the water for a few years: … Continue reading
Shelter frame is complete, time to put up the cover. Could not have put up the cover with out all the help, thanks everyone!!! Little by little we pushed and pulled the cover over the top: It came out better than we ever imagined it would, just perfect. THANKS EVERYONE!!!
In order to keep on schedule and get back in the water on time, we need to work on the boat rain or shine so we built a shelter. Once we figured out the dimensions Bob ordered the wood from Hancock lumber, they delivered it next day. We built the roof trusses first then started … Continue reading
Once the boat was in place we set up the stands that she will rest on for the summer. We can not thank everyone enough for all the help! THANK YOU! Once there are two stands under the stern and one under the bow, he drives the truck out from under the boat. Then we position … Continue reading
Once the boat was secured to the trailer it was delivered to Tanya’s father’s house for the summer. Backing out from the water front: Hard left turn into the driveway: Right up to the door: Then back down into her spot for the summer: More later!