I decided to get the chain marked with colorful inserts while I was still on the hard and Vernon also dropped by to do his magic with cleaning the boat& I had done the decks already so he had to do the topsides with Awlwash and Awlcare. The yard is almost empty so we had no trouble scrounging ladders and boards, but they are awfully heavy, even for two people plus I need to move my 400 feet of chain so I was feeling really tired by the end of the day!

Chain on the ground Chain lowered underneath Zanshin in Storage.
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Chain on the ground
Twisted Anchor Chain Lowering all the chain was difficult as it was quite twisted inside the anchor locker.
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Twisted Anchor Chain
Zanshin twisted chain Twisted chain outside the anchor locker
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Zanshin twisted chain
Clean propeller The prop is now nice and shiny after using some elbow grease and 150 grit sandpaper.
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Clean propeller
Shiny propeller Shiny and smooth blades on the Zanshin's folding propeller after cleaning and sandpapering.
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Shiny propeller
Glomex plate Glomex plate
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Glomex plate
Vernon polishing Vernon, the polishing specialist, working on Zanshin in the yard.
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Vernon polishing
Vernon greeting! Vernon, the cleaning specialist, with a special greeting
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Vernon greeting!
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