It looks like I’ll be able to use the reacher we had donated to the Hope 4 Aidric charity by Banks Sails of Tampa on the Puffer… all it’ll take is a halyard, sheets, custom bowsprit, and some guts! So hopefully we can raise a bit more for Aidric: I’m currently waiting to see what arrangements they would like to make for fundraising this year. Additionally, I started removing the old bailer today. Of course, it WOULD have to well bedded… in what appears to be 3M 5200. I’ll take pictures of the progress, and soon will let you in on another little trick I’m thinking of adding to Discovery.
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