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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Waiting to re-float

The gas locker at the bow has since loading Jaq`s worldly goods tended to flood. This happens with a full freshwater tank because of it`s forward location.
Having the boat out gave me the chance to pressure wash the locker and the minor rust treated with `exit rust` followed by two coats of bitumen. 

So here we are Sunday evening and we are ready to go back in the water Monday morning. The boat has had three coats with an extra bit along the waterline. I have decided to put off the battery box tidy up until summer. Having to remove the batteries and paint under the box is best done on a warm sunny day when the paint can dry quickly. Having the gas off  for a few hours to get the gas locker touch dry was not a problem re tea, just put the kettle on the wood stove.

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NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs