The whole crew is here today except for John who is off to Washington with a customer to experience some inaugural activities. This will be the warm day this week — a balmy 39 degrees right now. Starting tomorrow it will be in the 20’s for a few days. I can almost hear the whining now (not me, right!) Several guys are over winterizing the marina bathrooms this morning since the extended cold could do some damage. Friday I stayed long enough to let our sign guy (Jeff Morton) come in to do the transom on the Eastbay 49. As usual, he did a splendid job! In a survey on the GB47 out in the shop, one of the items was the Shore Power warning label which was so faded you couldn’t read it. This has cropped up before and I had spent hours trying to find them on the web since none of my suppliers sell these. I guess I got lucky this time and found them at the Bernard website but they didn’t seem to be available to purchase on line like their popular placards. I had one of my suppliers special order them for me but with shipping, special handling and other fees, they were not as cheap as I thought they would be. But I do have a small stack available for sale so contact me if you are interested.
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