Last week the weather finally got nice enough for three days in a row to finish our project on Vancouver Island. I had delivered the pieces a couple of weeks ago so the client could build the small building. I was to do the faux rock work around the bottom and do a little touchup. The work only took about 12 hours at a leisurely pace, sometimes merely waiting for paint to dry. I spent an equal amount of time just getting to the worksite and back.
The days were warm and sunny, the birds were singing cheerfully, perfect for the work at hand. Everything we had done in the shop fit perfectly and looked great along side the work we had done six years previous. Matching colors on the touchups was easy as we had carefully noted the colors we had used and the old paint had faded little in the ensuing years. It's nice when a plan comes together!
I of course had to take the convertible for one last test drive before I headed back down the road home.