One of the problems we encountered was spending time under the roof of the marina, stripping layers of paint away in partial darkness at times. As a result, when Maranee was taken to the Salmon Bay Marina work dock, the bright sunshine showed that stubborn white paint was deep into the grain of the wood, meaning more work than what we had thought. Here, Maranee sits at the work dock with her port side stripped in the winter of 1988.


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