Today, Sunday, we went over to the building site with brooms and a bucket for splashing water around – to try and make the rock Gneiss a bit more camera friendly. Along the driveway we achieved great success – everywhere else – not so much. The good pictures below.
I also broke out the scrub brush to start prepping boats for the 2015 summer season. Unfortunately, I discovered that Dad’s hi-performance single shell has started to delaminate along the joint between the deck and hull – in several places. One split was over 2 feet long. Interest was low in rowing in it, now the rot may be enough to consider it as a total write off.
My mom’s shell is a Maas Aero (if i recall correctly), made in Richmond California, across the bay from San Francisco 🙂 It is a really sweet boat – very handy, stable but still fast and efficient. Just a lot of fun. That boat is in great shape still.
So good stuff – more to do – but a good start in advance of Memorial Day!