The pancakes were coconut, the maple syrup was genuine, and the whole thing was cooked in Tiger's galley. Sunday lunch was black bean noodles with peanut sauce on a base of salad -- likewise cooked and eaten in the galley.
Yee haw! We have been talking about this for such a long time!
For the dry fit, Trevor screwed a lot of components into position, and clamped some others. Here are some views.
|Here's the sink, immediately aft of the companionway. The counter, in this picture hosting quite a few tools, will be the location for our in-use water jug. There's room for a work surface too. Thermoses are behind the rail above the sink.|
|Here's the plate storage, more like it will really be.|
|Whenever Trevor finds a small spot |
with nothing immediately planned for it,
he seems to label it "books."
"Why?" asks no one, ever, who
has seen our house.
|"Hot beverage to helm attendee."|
It's a port light to the cockpit.