A wooden boat kinda day!
I got the 210 launched and put the mast in her, by myself, I might add. Scratched up the new paint in a few places, but that's alright. I painted her with Brightside just for that reason. I can fix it. No problems at all with any of that part of it, but I did find out that we nicked up the leading edge of the keel on the trip home. A pretty good nick acutally, so I will have to pull her back out next week and fix that. I need to fill a couple of the worst spots on the keel anyway, that's no big deal.
Got the rainwater pumped out of the Fish. She's in fine fettle. No real worries there.
Found a rotted frame on the Dragon. It's one of the ones we replaced when I first bought the boat, and the outer laminate rotted away at the bottom in the bilge. Dangit. So it'll go on the list for next year's work, along with replacing some deck and refinishing the deck and topsides. I have stuff to do on the Penguin (replace the rails and buy a fitted cover), the 210 (I will probably just get the keel faired and the bottom re-done, and she also needs a cover), to go along with the Dragon. It's going to be a good year for my boatbuilder.
Got the grass cut under all four of my trailers (I also have an old 'glass Star). Helped a friend put up his new genoa on his 39' Endeavor. And oh, yeah. Now that the 210 is in the water people are asking about it, and I already had one person ask for information on where he might find one.
So all in all, not a bad day. A lot of good. A little bad. Pretty much a wooden boat kinda day.
'A disciple of the Norse god of aesthetically pleasing boats, Johan Anker'