|New Varnish and Cetol|
|Nice Redfish - One of the Best Tasting Fish in the Sea.|
|Sea Trout. Filet, marinate in olive oil, add spices and grill. Yummy.|
|On the Beach in Jacksonville Beach with Chris, Zak. Skye and Jake.|
|Nikki and Chris|
|Watching Zak's baseball game.|
|Joe and Deidra|
|Trip to the Zoo with Brian, Deidra and Chris|
|Ginny with Annalee and Holden|
We are very blessed to have healthy, happy and wonderful children and grandchildren.
|Captain Matt at the Helm|
|Tara, Annalee and Holden|
|Bob, Barbara, JP, Brenda and Fred|
|Bob, Brenda and JP|
|Ginny, Jack, Bill and April|
|Ginny, Bill, Zoey, Papa Doug and April|
|Dinner at the Sweet House in Rehoboth Beach|
|Bow of Wind Dust|
Our project consisted of scraping the old varnish and Cetol off and exposing bare wood. Light sanding, followed by 6 coats of Epifane Marine Varnish on the handrails, pilothouse cabin doors and pilothouse cabin top accent rails. Light sanding between each coat and a 24 hour between coats wait time creates a long drawnout process. For our toe rail and bowsprit planks we applied 2 coats of Natural Teak Cetol covered by two coats of High Gloss Clear Cetol. I must say it was a lot of work but it was rewarding to watch “Wind Dust” come to life.
It wasn't all work though. We had plenty of fun on Dock 6. Most afternoons around 5 pm we gathered at the dock porch to tell stories, lies and participate in the advancement of our ADD (Adult Drinking Disorder). Most Saturday evenings, couples took turns cooking a meal for the other Dock 6 cruisers. We also had participation from a few couples on Dock 5. Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day the marina sponsored cookouts and we had great fun with the Halloween Party.
|Capt. Jesse's New Spiked Hair - Who's the Mystery Girl?|
|Ellie and Dr. Donor (Jim) - (I'm still Laughing)|
|The Dock Six Wenches - Oops I meant Witches.|
|The Dock Six Gang - with mucho Margaritas|
|Music at the Brunswick Rockin' Stewbilee|
|The Stickers say it all.|
|Classic Car Show was Great|
|Yo quiero - Lobster !|
Another project included stripping the old cracked paint and hypalon off our AB Inflatable dinghy, applying new rubber over the bare spots and repainting the tubes. Man what a difference that made. While she’s not new (2001 model) she looks new from 10 feet away. A little labor, $150 in materials and she should be good for another few years. Much better than spending $5000 to replace it.
|New Cushions in Pilot House|