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Dog Protests Shrink Wrap!!!

Molly loves looking out at the waterfowl and fellow 2 and 4 legged liveaboards. So, when her "Daddy" cut her view off with shrink wrap, Molly got pretty upset and kept barking at him

Long story short, owner cut out a window for her and then decided to customize it by drawing a dog house. The things we do for our pets...
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Nice job.

Why not use clear wrap? We love the extra light in the winter and it is very much like a sun porch. Shamus loves snoozing on deck.
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Not my dog/boat.

My neighbor chose the white - no idea why. But this works better for Molly anyway!
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OUR dog house

Actually, Molly didn't bark to let me know she was upset about the boat wrapping ruining her view. It was "THE LOOK" that made the window happen!Of course I still get "THE LOOK",constantly it seems, and every look has to be interpreted by me so her needs are dealt with, to her satisfaction of course.

Normally the wrap is clear but this year I had only enough to reach bow to stern and used white to cover the gambrel shaped aft framing. I haven't lost much solar heat at all and have been refinishing, on sunny days with temps in the twentys, what seems to be miles of teak railings while wearing only a T shirt, shorts and Tivas. It sure beats shoveling snow almost daily last year when we stayed in NH and never got covered!

Got to go, I'm getting "THE LOOK" that is unmistakable. Time to walk the wharf!!!
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