The weather slightly redeemed itself this week and we were able to open the garage doors and enjoy some sun. Beware of snakes! Below, you can see Gary and Linda bossing us around.
This week on the '56, Nicolas is working on the secondary dash panel, preparing to steam bend the rub rail, cleaning the steering linkage, among other various tasks.
We're still waiting on a part to complete the layout on the dash panel, but first he'll add more varnish to this piece and trim it to fit.
Here's the before & after pictures of the steering linkage. Great job Nicolas!
Nicolas also cleared off the old carpet-y stuff on the '55 this week.
I'd put a coat of varnish on before "the big sand", which is currently in progress. I guess it's arm day.
A quick game of table hockey on lunch break
18' Sea Skiff
I did a lot of metal grinding this week. On this bow rub rail and some on the carriage bolts near the propeller.
Shane is still plugging away on the Lyman. He's probably sanding, painting, and varnishing in his sleep at this point
Jack has also been stripping old flooring this week, replacing it with new fresh stuff.
Gary only works on fun stuff, so he's been prepping these beautiful white pine shelves to hang in the office.
26' Sea Skiff
We moved the straps and stands to access the spots and holes we haven't filled yet. Shane is working on catching those up to the rest of it.
See you next week!
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