The weather is feeling very spring-like so I have gone to work on SWALLOW'S brightwork. I scraped off all the loose varnish from the toe and cap rails. I also scraped the rubrail - though I'm going to let that wood slowly de-varnish itself and in the future treat with teakoil. Once the brightwork was … Continue reading Sanding and more sanding
After two-plus months traveling around the western United States, and the Denver stop to get rid of stuff, Momma Kitty and I are back aboard SWALLOW. No immediate things of concern found. Cabin is dry and mold free - a big plus! Now to re-settle aboard and get to task getting SWALLOW recommissioned.
Eight years ago I had SO MUCH STUFF. This was my convoy of things for a move from Seattle to Denver - So much stuff!!! Last week I returned to Seattle with what remains of my stuff not even close to filling a U-Haul trailer - Since February 2018 I figure I have given away … Continue reading Less stuff
I enjoy eating crab. Enjoying the is soured by how inconsiderate some crabbers are in placing their pots: right in narrow channels and designated travel lanes. Example of the result - https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/transportation/washington-ferry-riders-experience-long-waits-as-numerous-boats-are-out-of-service/ https://www.instagram.com/scoobscobie/p/BjdR7KRlExU Maybe there should be an added fee to the crabbing license to cover the cost of the above repair!? https://www.instagram.com/scoobscobie/p/Bjr-94wFavJ