Roof on and stuck down 

Well that was a mammoth job but well worth it. We ended up cutting the old top surface in two just to make it manageable. 

There will be some finalising to do. I have to tape over all the joints we created and there are a few places where the old layers of fibreglass have delaminated and will need to be rebounded or replaced. 

Now though we have a roof that is as strong if not stronger than when she was built. 

And to add to the day a huge flock of geese have just flown over. ​ and here are some more. 

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Anne Marie (aka Mike Stephens)

I am a well traveled, globe-trotting vessel with great lines. I am told I give a comfortable ride for my years. Although a little worn out I am looking forward to getting back onto the water after a full service.

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