Cross posted from other blog...
Perhaps...Interspersed with doing some medical appointments, getting blood work and doing "town" things.
One of the town things was turned in our work permits for renewal, and you would think I had never done this before, as although I had our cards on the papers, I had forgotten to "walk with" passport photo's so we had to track those down. Not as easy as you think as the first place we went to have all kinds of difficulties and it ended up finally with only me getting pictures and Bazza having to walk to the other place on Main Street.
Bazza has spent some time with electrolysis cleaning up the sword handle he found. It is very pretty underneath, and we assume it is quite old, and has a mark of R A with a crown on top of the R. Which I think would stand for Royal Artillery...but we will see!
Going into town early this morning from East End, I was met with several spots were sewage was gushing out on the road...Always pleasant! By mid morning crews were out digging out one of them.
Made Bazza stop to take a picture of these goats and sheep. Not sure if they were trying to fill themselves up with gas or get a ride in the boat!
Oh! There is the maintenance pictures...Bazza is on to making new covers for the cockpit cushions. They really need it. Although unwrapping the roll, we find, either they sent, or we ordered the wrong color, as it is quite a flat dark blue and we wanted more of a textured "hide the dirt" kind. There was no thought of sending it back though....
As you know, it is going to look fresh and clean unlike these disgusting old covers!
I don't have any doors at all in the aft of the boat. It looks quite weird to me and there appears to be a whole bunch more room in the cabins too!
The bathroom doors looked particularly grotty once they were taken off, but Felix is cutting new wood, and they will soon be all new shiny varnished doors with new hinges and locks!
5 degrees cooler in town this morning then it was yesterday... 92 yesterday, 87 today. That is much better!