|My roof work in the setting sun|
As I mentioned last time, the gutters on the southern side of the carriage needed some attention and so I spent most of the day up ladders, cutting out the old roof lining where it had lifted and resetting the lining of the gutter.
|The southern side after I'd sorted most of the roof|
This was the Queen's Birthday long weekend and my mate Steve came over from Sydney for a visit. So, of course, one day had to be spent putting him to work on Clarabelle!
|The first topcoat applied to the kitchen ceiling by Steve|
|No spider was safe from Steve and the broom!|
Pallave came out again and put another coat of high gloss varnish on the dining room bulkhead
|Pallave rightly proud of her work|
And, as usual, I had my son Chester along for the day - most of which he spent in the main bedroom on his iPad!
|My little bloke hard at work in the main cabin|
This last shot was taken at the others request to show what a grot I am when I'm working on Clarabelle. And this is after I had washed off the worst of the paint from my hands!
|In case you're wondering, yes, I did manage to get some paint on the roof of the carriage!|