We on the other hand took it as a day to get a few more projects knocked out on the boat. While Henry did a major cleanup in our workshop area which in the end revealed our guest berth, aka where Jim will be sleeping next week, I finished up the long overdue sunshade that I had started when we were back on the dock in St. Thomas. I'm super pleased with how it turned out, the goal being to create shade at the front of the boat, shade the front windows but not put shadow over our prime solar panel real estate, and most importantly I didn't want it to look like a tent.
|Love the cribbage board - thanks Caitlin!|
|Not such a pretty view this morning.|
|Tie a line to the drip point on the bimini and the rain runs straight into the bucket. Just look at all that water!|
|The rain window I made for our EPIRB is an excellent run-off point.|