It had been so cold during our 2014 trip south that Diann began an enclosure system. I created a template for use in creating the bends necessary for the supporting tube frame. The tube parts were acquired from Sailrite.
A six feet long carpenter’s level and a drywall framing square were used to determine intersecting horizontal and vertical measurements. The tubes were professionally bent using those measurements.
I know that the duct tape residue will be a beast to remove when we get to Florida but the temporary enclosure of 4 mil plastic has already been a blessing.
Did we eat well before leaving?
Yes. BJ’s sea food market was the source of heads-on shrimp, clams, and red snapper.
It was simpler to walk to Prohibition’s restaurant for take-out fries than to cook them ourselves. For $2, it was a value. Diann watched over the cooking as I made the 10 minute round trip walk. After dinner and sunset, it was time for desert.
The story / blog of Yacht a Fun, a Gemini catamaran sailboat, traveling the ICW and east coast with insights to the extended cruising life. Headed to Green Cove Springs Florida