It actually fit almost perfectly, which was a surprise to me. A little forming here and there, and it slid into place. Next I need to do the same thing for the starboard side deck and I'll be ready to start mixing epoxy and laying down sand bags.
I was lucky tonight that there was almost no wind, which saved me having to do jiu-jistsu with the tarp. That can easily add a half hour to an evening of work when it's shifting direction. Not fun.
It also dawned on me tonight that I need to pull the windows really soon and start figuring out my strategy for replacing the acrylic in them. It's crazed and cloudy, so I need to put some new pieces in there.
The good news is that I spent two sessions this weekend looking at a white boat rather than a blue tarp. It was refreshing to feel like I owned a boat and not the worlds largest blueberry.
Finally, as I looked off my stern this evening I was treated to a nice sunset over the other boats. Life is good.
(Forgive the picture quality, I only had my iPhone along, so they are a bit grainy in the low light.)
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