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Re: Ready To Go Back In?

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Originally Posted by 4arch View Post
Except for a little drizzle in the AM and late afternoon it stayed dry yesterday here in Baltimore so I spent the morning doing the last of the sanding that needed to be done in the wake of the soda blast job and then in the afternoon my wife and I compounded the topsides. I'm ready to start barrier coating which I hope to be able to do the bulk of next weekend with the last coat and the antifouling coming the last weekend in March. Hull waxing can happen between coats of barrier. That's the plan anyway - now for the weather to cooperate. I may consider introducing some artificial heat if temps don't increase by next weekend.
Good to see you are progressing on the bottom. Looks like youll be in before Shawn...hes still poking around

Spimdrift will be looking spiffy. Afraid Haleakula will have to wait for her buff job till I get the dingy in the water.

Dave
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