Hi All The Skiff kit arrived at the boat shed this morning on the roof rack of a Beemer! Tony and Ian unpacked the two boxes and found that all the parts had been cut from the sheets and also numbered, this will save quite a bit of work. The Christmas lights will be moved out of the shed on Tues, Wed, Thurs next week so we will have to leave access for their removal and the removal of the support frames.
All the cut-out boat parts will need their edges sandpapering to remove the laser dross.
Thanks for a great turnout yesterday.. a pile of jobs completed:- Skirting board by Dennis. Garage barge boards and third coat! on the gable end by Bill. Starting Horn by Erwin. Outside windows Mark and Seb. Race box first coat by The Scarlet team, scrapyard clearance, trailer sort and half the starting pole base by Seb Half inside window priming by the rest of the team … and that was after RYA poached 12 man-hours by moving their meeting into the start of our afternoon session.
So we are left with….Undercoat half and gloss all of the inside window frames, Second coat emulsion the race box. finish the Start pole base… it’s in the ladies changing room. Clean and Underseal the Gutters to prevent leaks. And I’ll have to reattach the starting triangle that was removed by a wind opened window! The materials are all on sites they can be done at any time. If anyone would like to take them.. any of them please let me know and I’ll fill you in with details.
This Saturday we are having our work party. If you have some time and can come along to give us a hand, see you at the clubhouse (from around 10:00). There are always ‘other’ jobs to be done, even if they are not on the maintenance list. If you have ideas to improve the club and can help out to get those ideas into reality, contact us to discuss those.