How the piano got here

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When it rains, we put up the tent on the dock, and keep working!

It was another good day at the dock, with work continuing on the Auk in the shed, and Enke on the dock.  Enke’s interior has been cleaned and scraped, a coat of varnish on all the brightwork, the mast has had a split filled with epoxy and varnish started.  She’ll be back in the water soon!  The mast needed a new sheave on top for the halyard, so Arnt used our great old drill press (thanks Kristyn!) as a lathe, using a rasp to shape the sheave.

Another installment of Life in the Harbour, thanks to Duane:

Want to help the Museum?  Here is a very creative way….buy books and support a local business.  Win Win!
The piano continues to be put to good use:

And, part two of Rob’s ’round the island story is published in Passions magazine – it starts on page 20:  https://www.fairwinds.ca/passions-magazine-spring-2020/

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