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Monday, July 31, 2006
Working with foam, more tools, purging the shop
We had an impromptu garage sale last weekend. We had a bunch of stuff that was two big to eBay (like mountain bikes, old fenders, some furniture). Our neighbor across the street was having a sale wo we just moved stuff out into the driveway and slapped some tags on them. We didnt get much for it, but we got rid of it. That was the goal. Continued to purge and organize the shop. Should have some foam and a nice shiney miter saw here pretty quick. After which floor installation can resume in the forward salon. We decided on a stainless look for the top sides of the Westsail. I found a source of some stainless deck parts at www.orcasmarine.com. If anyone has any other sources, I'd appreciate if you drop me an email (through the blog).