Thursday, 31 December 2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR (in a bit)!

7 comments:

Greg VanderBoom said...

Roger,
Hope you have much success on your boat and all of your endeavors in 2016! I've resolved to get Something Else sailing by the end of the 1st quarter. Last month I rolled and tipped (paint) the topsides, but the weather spoiled the finish in places. Non skid, Winches and stantions and we can see how she sails.

Roger Ball said...

Cheers mate, same to you, look forward to seeing your boat back in the water, & nice and shiny too.

Ian said...

Happy New Year Roger. When this rain finally eases up I should be able to get down and finish stripping the cabin ready for some sort of headlining. Not decided what yet but thinking probably some sort of carpet. Can't work in the rain because the genny has to sit outside and I don't like to leave it in the rain. It would probably be fine but it is borrowed so I prefer to look after it.

Roger Ball said...

Cheers Ian and good luck with the headlining, yes working on a boat in the uk can be a slow process no thanks to the weather - an excuse i dont have!

Send us some pics of your work when done.

Ian said...

I will. I have loads of the work in progress too and will, eventually put up a blog. BTW not just the weather but money slows things down too. Three kids one about to go to uni, the other one year later and the third 8 years after that.

Cheers

I

Roger Ball said...

Time and money Ian, thats what ive been battling too the last 8 years - when i have one i seldom have the other.

Keep going mate you'll get there!!

Norman Boyes said...

Belated Happy New Year to you Roger.
Hoping you have a prosperous 2016.👍