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Friday, September 07, 2012

Cockpit Floor...

...sealed with weatherstripping. Finally. That should take care of the remaining small leaks this rainy season.


7 comments:

Colin said...

I thought rainy season was 364 days a year in your neck of the woods
LOL

Robert Sutton said...

A common misconception. We were approaching the record of 51 consecutive days of no rain (no chance after today's light rain). But please don't tell anyone.

Anonymous said...

Robert.... posts have been few and far between. Any chanc of some new up dates... photos... and progress?

Robert Sutton said...

Mr. Anonymous. I don't blog *everything* about the project. Anything specific you would like to see an update on? Also, for you, what is not "few and far between"?

Anonymous said...

Good Morning..... I guess that having read every entry you have posted since day one.... That I am anxious to see how your build is going. Remembering your attention to exact detail..... especially when you installed your bow thruster... well... it is fun for me to see and read about how your boat is coming along. You are a master craftman and I am respect the quality craftmanship you strive for. I am just being "greedy" in wanting to read your posts. I would like to see more posts but respect you have a job..build... life... and wife! Just excited to see how things are going. Regards Paul
p.s. I have never set foot on a sailboat.. but you have my interest!

Robert Sutton said...

Paul. LOL! Thanks for the kind words, but I ain't no master craftsman! Truth is, I have not had much time to manage the blog as I would like. Besides the boat project, things like jobs and family eat up my time.

I have been planning to post about "overall state of things", complete with video and pictures, but I just haven't had time. Maybe this winter.

Colin said...

Mr. Anonymous reminds me that I owe you a card of thanks. I drove up to Toronto to look at a Westsail 42. I knew about the tank down in the keel and a host of other things from reading about your build. I didn't walk away, I RAN. What a mess. Heading to Annapolis in a few weeks to see what is up for grabs.