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Thursday, April 07, 2005
Washing the Inside of the Hull
Took a garden hose/sprayer to the inside to get the loose bits of dirt out. Much of it came off easily. The pressure washer should do fine. Pulled up the forward factory installed floor. Took a look at the timbers. Looks like some of them have some rot. And, the fiberglass tabbing is not adhering well. The timbers will likely need to be replaced.