There were putting in the last of the pedestals on the docks. These are nice units as they have electric, water and dock lights all built in. Certainly an improvement over the boxes we had nailed to the pilings before.
I can see the electrician has been doing his thing, I a mean a REAL commercial electrician, not a boat electrical guy!
Further down in the picture above, to the left we are now upgrading that shorter piece of dock. I would assume this will be a transient or temporary dock space since it is out of the flow of the rest of the marina.
From here, the line up of boats looks pretty impressive – there are some really nice boats in here.
Rumsey showed me that the water was actually working in the pedestals. He seemed pretty pleased with himself.
They are also prepping the trim on the building for a fresh paint job — which it has needed for some time. The second color is where it was primed. The rumor mill alludes to green trim — but I hope that’s not true. I put this in my paint program and painted it green and it just didn’t work (for me)! The green below is actually primer — I think.
We did do something in Trappe on Thursday — we launched Sponge Bob so John could race this weekend.
Update to Yesterday’s Posting
I was alerted by a reader that GB Beacon is now back online. I don’t know if it was a temporary glitch but it hasn’t been up for a while. Take advantage while you can!