Thar Be Dragons

"Live Your Dream - Sea The World"

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Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel

10 January 2013 | Indiantown Florida
Today's weather is for 82F or 27.7C this is a good thing as we are in the final two coats of perfection and we need the weather. The last 4 - 5 days has threatened us with rain and in some case it actually did rain so all the work we did on the teak that day (epoxy) was ruined and we had to sand it off and start over, not impressed. Have you ever tried to sand epoxy? It's like sanding cement. The tensions are getting a little high as we can not wait to get on the water as well as finish with this varnish these 10 hr days are killing us. The one good thing is it apparently is good for 25 years with just a light sanding every year and one top coat of the Perfection so excited about that. All though we had a few rain days I welcomed them, one to get away from teak and two to get a very small peice of order into the inside of the boat. If all goes well we should have 4-5 days left then we can get splashed. I will post pictures of the finished boat works as soon as were finished. This is what we are using on the teak Then we put 3 coats of perfection varnish on top of this product. The hardner that we are using is the 207 special clear.
Vessel Name: Thar be Dragons
Vessel Make/Model: 1983 42' Vagabond
Hailing Port: Edmonton, Alberta Canada
Crew: Todd & Sherry
Todd use to dream about sailing to get away from the rat race of the everyday life of work, work and more work. [...]
This blog will take you into our adventure and will tell you more about us, and since most of you already know us it will be my job to keep this Blog as interesting as possible so you keep coming back. We will spend five months each year(winter) for the time being and sail around to different [...]

Who: Todd & Sherry
Port: Edmonton, Alberta Canada
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