The late afternoon sun casts shadows from a sailboat’s masts on Phoenix’s port side, as she sits in our slip at Anacortes Marina. We spent today sanding the teak on the aft cap rail and the eyebrow and plan to apply a third coat of varnish tomorrow, weather permitting. We taped the eyebrow trim with blue masking tape to protect the gelcoat from the sanding, and left it in place for tomorrow’s varnishing.
Just so I don’t get lonesome while writing this blog, Mickey hangs out (literally) on my computer as I work. Makes me smile…
There was a break from the rain this afternoon, giving Jim enough time to get the new electric Superwinch mounted on our boom. Wiring comes next.
On our walk this morning, we spotted this interesting mobile mural mounted on top of an antique truck parked in the Cap Sante Marina parking lot. Great ambiance!