|Working til dusk but four more frames went up.|
|Chuck Redman has been making all of the molds for the frames. Great job, Chuck!|
|The propellor is in.|
|The final sail on the Pinky Maine|
Yesterday we had four frames go up and the last one was set in place after dusk. The sun does go down a lot sooner these days but it was a great day and Frances, Jeff, Zach, Davis, Chuck, Harold, Eric and some great new volunteers worked all day getting the frames out. Harold left at 6 a.m. this morning for Long Beach, Calif. where he will attend the ASTA conference which is taking place on the Queen Mary. When he returns he will have many more frames to build but they will be smaller and somewhat easier to put together. The work crew has been great and although everyone is being paid in sandwiches, turkey pie, blueberry muffins and the occassional beer, we could not do it without you. Thank you for being such extraordinary volunteers!
More pictures to come of yesterdays' work from Dan Tobyne. Stay tuned!