Monthly Archives: September 2011
We’re still working toward the goal! We’ve been hard at it. My Mother is varnishing the interior teak pieces. My Sister has been steadily working on the fiberglass, filling holes and cutting others and installing thru hulls. Bob continues to work on the electrical system, a huge job. He has also started the installation of the windlass. We received the new … Continue reading
We’re still making progress. I have been doing some interior painting. Bob installed the last hand rail and continues to work on the wiring. The cabin sides have been sanded and prepped for paint and the cockpit is going back together nicely. Trading 1978 butterscotch for white: All the hand rails have been replaced. Last … Continue reading
We have been working hard to put the cockpit back together. One of our bigger tasks is to replace all the wood around the cockpit coaming. A few days ago we were able to get the wood sealed and screwed down, now we have to cover all the screw holes with bungs or wood plugs. … Continue reading
A couple of months ago I went lobstering with my Sister and Brother in law, fun stuff! It’s fun but it’s back breaking work! New guy gets to deal with the bait: Hosts: Leaving the harbor heading up the Sheepscot River: Hauling up the first trap: Anything in there? Whipping that line off the davit: … Continue reading
Tanya’s Mother Betty made dinner for us the other night, it was awesome! Marinated salmon with portobello mushrooms, sauteed snow peas, roasted red potatoes, onions, and salad with pears, walnuts and gorgonzola! Unreal! MMmmmmmmmmmmmm, absolutely delicious! Thanks Betty!