That wasn't enough for one day so we also applied the original boat-name logo to the stripes on the side of the cabin...
Finally, we masked the foredeck so that we could repaint the non-skid areas. Bill masked the straight areas and Frances did all the curves.
Too cold to apply any paint this weekend so we went home and began to plot Sunday's activities.
Sunday dawned cold and damp, although not raining. We decided to move the Romanian table (See December 5) down to the boat. This thing is really heavy so we disassembled as much of it as we could and using two cars, trucked it down to the boat yard.
There was no one around to shoot pictures of us hefting this thing onto the swim platform and then over the railing onto the boat, but working together, we got it into the salon and began the re-assembly.
Once re-assembled, we moved the Romanian table and Klobo, the new love seat, back and forth, forward and aft, until we hit the sweet spot. Frances said, "That's perfect," and I sat down to check things out. Just perfect for having a cocktail.
Our Romanian table replaces a Silverton original high-low table. This is something that Silverton probably bought by the hundreds back then and is really unique. In its down position, it is a coffee table. Pull the little handles on the side and it springs up to a not-quite-high-enough dining table. Watch out, though, when it comes up to its full height, it could knock your front teeth out. It is now in my basement.
That was about it for this weekend. Things in the salon look good and the repositioning of the furniture yielded a lot more space than we thought.