I had the rest of the bulwark capping to do today, but a lovely surprise slowed the job. Sandy, Louise and my Godson Reg arrived to inspect the works and lend a hand. I managed to get the capping on the transom done before they arrived. I also started sanding the finishing panels on either side.
However when my guests came, work stopped. But I did take advantage of the extra pairs of hands, and we managed to refit the wheel house roof panels.
After that, it was off to Woolverstone to walk to Pin Mill, stopping for a picnic on the way. Louise had made delicious egg sandwiches. The dogs enjoyed the scraps and the walk. The Butt & Oyster provided a refreshing drink at the halfway stage.
After they headed home, I finished oiling the teak capping, and sanded and oiled the side panel.
A great day overall.