He was able to wash Changes and found that there are some stains on the red paint. He's working on deciding what to use as the Awl Grip paint products don't get all the stains off. Phil needed the drill to remove the sole (floor) so that he can varnish it. He had removed the shelf that he had made in the quarter berth and has modified it to fit the ham radio on it. While it was out, he varnished it. Phil also got some aluminum bar stock in the mail to make the arm that attaches to the rudder for the under the deck autohelm. I'm sure there is a proper name for it, but I can't think of what it is.
Won't be long until the boat goes in the water. That will wait until Phil gets back from his trip transporting a Hinckley 42' from St. Thomas to Albany, NY. The captain Dave Block, expects it to take about 9 days going at 6 knots/hr. Then the boat will go to Erie, PA. WE have to get him to the airport at 430am, so it's going to be an early morning. Phil says all I have to do is get up - I can sleep on the way to the airport (1 hr drive), drive the car home and go back to sleep. I may do that as I've been up at 4:30am 3 times this week.
Our friends Jack and Sue are back from their winter on the catamaran. It was great to see them at Capps Restaurant on Tuesday. Hope everyone is well.