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Well, it's that time of the year we all look forward to. Friday we hauled S/V Anna Lynn, washed,sanded, on Saturday the first coat of bottom paint was applied, and today Sunday the second coat of bottom paint, touch-up to the boot stripe, and installed the zincs before being lifted into the travel lift. Tomorrow at 0730 it goes back into the water, turrns out to be a fast and furious four days. There is nothing like sailing on a boat after a new coat of paint, how it slides through the water, anyone ready for a race???

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Comment by sailorgirlca on April 9, 2011 at 4:51pm

good for you kurt....understand it was a bit of a franrtic time for you....but you got it done.....up here my frantic time will be soon upon me getting my boat ready for launch....is all so WX dependent.....lot's to do and will as always be a final rush to get it all done......

 

Comment by sailorgirlca on April 8, 2011 at 4:40pm

lovely kurt...sure know that feeling of having to work like a trojan to get the bottom paint applied....won't duel you to a race as your boat is bigger than mine and you would surely win out........enjoy your summer of sailing !!!!  dj

 

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