It’s been enjoyable rewiring the boat after it was swamped last weekend. I learned a bit about preparing wiring ends for marine use on the slope, so making the wire ends neat with heat tubing over the crimps. I’m also making all the wiring long enough so I can remove the whole fuse box and bring it out into the light instead of having to lie on my back and look up under a dark dash later on. All my electronics seem to work. Just need to replace the transducer to the depth sounder that broke off from the stern. Now I know better how the boat is wired if something doesn’t work. I’ll have to replace the floor this winter as it’s rotted, and I see the spray foam underneat is soaked, too. Sara and I will spend the weekend in Fairbanks at Ken Dunshie’s memorial. We’ll see alot of our Fairbanks friends, some who I’ve not seen in decades.