Well, not really.
I have been keeping a 40 watt incandescent light burning inside Flirt to combat the dampness that seems to creep in during the winter. Even though she is all buttoned up as best I can get her, without a proper main gangway hatch, ports, or even all of her toerail screws filled in, water finds a way to inside to make everything damp and dreary.
So I came home to this sight:
With her gelcoat partially removed below the waterline (SB side only so far) and my sanding off all the internal pain in the v-berth area, the glassfibre is quite translucent and that 40 watt lamp is doing a good job of illuminating the driveway under Flirt.
Sad to say, there is not much to see inside my sprite, everything has a uniform coating of white dust that is part resin and part paint from where I have been taking a grinder to her ceilings.. hopefully the nice weather on Wednesday will let me actually do some positive work.
While I do not usually post pictures of myself (or even allow them to be taken) I had to give everyone an idea just how thick the dust gets inside:
Thankfully the mask and goggles do a decent job of keeping all the fine dust out of my eyes and lungs. It is quite choking when I take them off to wipe them clean or scratch my nose