A new jib. As a tribute to the late-great sailmaker Stuart Hopkins, the loft put their badge on the sail and then added Stuart's Dabbler Sails patch.
A new JW pennant. The JW stands for both Pathfinder-designer John Welsford and also my folks, Janice and Walter. I got seven years out of the first pennant, more than eight out of the second (but it was pretty well tattered and torn by the end). The first two pennants were completely hand-sewn. As far as I can tell that woman is no longer in business ( Dabbler Sails gone, now that pennant lady - I'm outlasting my suppliers). This sail is on quality material but printed instead of sewn. I think it will work.
And, because of the new paint, I had to get new registration numbers. I never liked putting the VA numbers on as it was so difficult to align each letter/number. Found this company that has a nice self-aligning system which should make it much easier to put on.
Sanding the cockpit today, hope to paint it tomorrow. Then bottom paint next week. All, of course, done to a workboat finish.