Folly Beach - 2017
Jan 20 thru Jan 22
|S/V Rainy Days sits in the travel lift during |
a short haul on Friday morning.
|The old 2-blade propeller and the new 3-blade propeller |
are shown here laying on the payment beneath the
stern of our boat while on the travel lift.
I got an early start to the boat this morning. As I was arriving at the boatyard this morning a thunderstorm was brewing in the distance across the marsh. As I started to prepare for my day's project, it rained so hard that the deck drains could barely keep up with the resulting water flow.
|This is a photograph of the engine panel (at bottom of image), |
the battery tray, ands the two batteries inside the
starboard cockpit locker. This photograph was
taken after the original installation-
-it is not a new photograph.
The thunderstorms and rain continue today. While I have two tasks that involve indoor work, the wet weather prevents me from moving things from our oceanfront apartment to the boat. Fortunately, Maggie will be back on Tuesday afternoon to help with moving.
|The quirky goose at the boatyard loved the rain |
as he/she bathed in the creek .
|While it is not obvious looking at this photo and looking onto the |
salt marsh behind our boat, everything was soaking wet.
I must get things done early next week. We must leave our oceanfront apartment on Wednesday morning and we need to get underway later in the week. I will publish our last blogpost from Folly Beach on Tuesday evening.
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