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Extremely dusty job despite a tent and all the protective foil. The fine dust goes everywhere and if you get the particles on your skin it itches. I am glad that I do not have to do this job.
The picture below is the contractor Olivier from Thalassa Nautique grinding down the deck. Today, Friday, it rains which means the humidity levels are too high and temperatures too low for the epoxy primer to cure. We hope for Monday to be drier and warmer (no rain and 16C days high)
Later that day (yesterday) I took a relaxing dinghy tour through the port. Well honestly, I went on an escape from the dust and sorrow look of the boat.
Osmosis Treatment on the top deck of Lunara. Today, we finally started the partial gelcoat removal on the coach roof. Boat is dusty everywhere. We hoped for a grinder with integrated dust removal. That is not happening – sadly. The weather window is marginal, meaning temperature and humidity levels are a notch above the minimum required for this work. Thank god we are in Southern France.
Can’t make a photo of the actual work since I lack the protective equipment for myself.
Morning time greets me in La Grande Motte with this beautiful sunrise.
Went to my favorite Boulangerie (bakery) to get my ‘Pain au chocolate’. More about my brief, but interesting trip to northern Germany in a separate post.
But now it’s breakfast time!!!
Yesterday night on our way to a local pub in La Grande Motte harbor.
Humourful (and colorful) way to tell someone how not to park in the port of La Grande Motte.
What’s going on? Can’t be that so many proposals go wrong. Is there a secret to French life I am not privy to? Did a container with 10000 single roses sank in the Golf du Lyon?
Quiet Rollout on a Saturday morning. She looks stunningly beautiful. Even the windows are mounted – I believe the official presentation will be in some weeks.
Found this rose on the beach. Looks like a proposal gone wrong 🙁
Sometimes I would love to know the real story behind things like that.