No drama or any weird things today.
The morning was spent uncoiling lines on the pier, with the help of another board member, in order to measure them and then recoiling them back on their pallets.
The lines had been measured a few years ago. The measurements were written on duct tape wrapped around the lines. Unfortunately, the duct tape broke down over time due to exposure to the elements and most of the numbers were lost.
I decided to try something new. I used thin, throw-away sections of PVC from the pumping system project as labels:
I hope they will work better than the duct tape or a tag. I took photos of the labels and lines so we have a rough visual record of the numbers.
We tidied up the area while we were at it. I decided it was time to scrape up the remains of the cat.
Despite being dried out, it still smelled funky. 😦
Scraped up and ready for disposal:
Back on the ship, I saw that more work was done by Paul on the pumping system:
Kicking aside bits of rust reveals more holes in the deck:
Two tugs (Eleu and Pi‘ilani). I guess UH’s Kaimikai-o-Kanaloa was having problems?
Tug of the day, Eleu, in Foss livery: