Tom’s Point Hibernating

Long time no write!

Wednesday it was 72º and sunny in Port Washington so some chores were finally performed. The cabin is in work mode now with most of the cushions shoved forward into the v-berth and tools scattered everywhere. Where’s that bolt! Mostly I’m making attempts to reduce the leaking into the bilge by re-bedding some stanchions and other hardwares. Laura promised she’d help this weekend since I need someone on top sides while I’m down below on the other end of the fastener. I’ll believe it when I see it!

Here are a few photos from a couple weeks ago. They have me in a good spot this year and I seem to be getting closer and closer to the water. Maybe next year we’ll just stay there.

 

The heaviest decision weighing at the moment is wether to scrape the many years of bottom paint which now form the topography of some hull shaped planet. It would not be enjoyable.

New Camera! Sony RX100 V. Now I just need to figure out how to use it.