I haven't been counting yard days toward my goal because I thought they felt too similiar to work. This past weekend convinced me that sometimes they're not. Right now Dobbs and I are working on quality of living improvements on our 1966 Columbia 31: Encouraging the composting process of the head and fixing long-standing leaks that let in rainwater. A difference between working on our own boat versus clients' boats is that we can work at a relaxed pace if we want to. If, like on Saturday morning, I want to spend an hour practicing baseball stitch, and then ultimately use a different stitch to sew leather chafe guards on the dock lines, I can! It feels good to let my brain and hands explore the process. I sat in the cockpit, working in the sun, even though the day was cool and windy.
Saturday, January 4, 2020 to Sunday, January 5, 2020
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