So much help here loaded with great advice and information.
I just got home to read all these very helpfull posts.
You see, we have a massive cold front that hit Key West
last night and I got a phone
call at daybreak while I was sleeping in my Westsail in this boatyard that our new Herreshoff 28 that we bought a couple months ago was missing from her mooring
We found her and had her dislodged from the rocks on the Navy
Base by Towboat US.
There were other boats from the anchoring
area tangled up with boats on the mooring
field, I'm not sure yet how our H28 broke loose but I do take great care of my mooring tackle and chaffing gear
Anyway, she has a couple deep scars from the land assault so this fiberglasser (laminator, thanks Minaret) thread is great timing.
I guess I'm like someone that takes up Psychology so they can actually learn more about themselves.
Here is a picture of boat meets land. No doubt we got lucky, I'm not taking getting out of this for granted.
Back to the topic,
I love everything everyone has to say. And yes..I am very skilled at painting and tip and rolling.
Seems to me that laminating fiberglassing and painting are closely related.
I'm looking forward to a transition.
I'm back in my Westsail in the boatyard looking forward to viewing some of the provided links.
But, serioussly guys, this has been a very helpfull thread for me.
Guess I gotta couple repairs
on the Herreshoff.