The East coast of the US and Canada have been steadily hit with bitter cold and snow storms. With the notable exception of us here in Newfoundland... Eastern Canada. Forgotten by the major news media, maybe I sound bitter, I'm not. Well, not really. Where I live there is no snow, I mean none. Not enough to make a snowball, and the temperatures are consistently above 0 C. Though winter is far from over and may smack me in the head any day, the days are getting longer and the amount of "wintertime" left grows shorter. Perhaps I should have picked up that tarp car shelter for working on the boat, I would have had an easy time working so far. But I'm in no rush.
The cabin sides are now installed and I've sent my first article on this modification off to Duckworks for approval and publishing. Much of the material has been salvaged from the boat build and the building jig itself.
The pine shown is from the lifts on the jig. it will make the forward bulkhead doubler.
I was planning to do some winter camping in the snow... but with no snow and no ice it would just be a wet weekend in a tent and I would be unable to venture far being unable to cross ponds and rivers.