We managed to get the engines winterized last weekend and today, we finished the job by making sure that the hot and cold water lines in the boat were full of that pink antifreeze, including the head.
For us, winterizing includes putting old sheets down on the floors and covering the furniture. Of special importance is our table, which always get a new table covering. That keeps Bill from damaging the table top during his many winter boat-project adventures.
As it turned out, our boat made it into the shed just hours before the season's first snowfall. That was four inches of wet snow that tied up all the terrible drivers in Connecticut and delayed schools openings on Friday. It was mostly gone by Saturday morning but by then, ACT THREE was safely in the shed and waiting for some attention.
Today, we poured in all those gallons of pink and ran everything through the faucets, the head and the shower sump as well as the air conditioning.
We shot a little video using our look-alike GoPro camera, which doesn't win any prizes for quality but you'll get the idea.
Next up, we remove the towels and bedding and somehow, we don't think that will merit any video.