Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Our kitchen (part 2)

All of day 2 was spent patching the dry wall and waiting for it to dry. Because it was so thick in some places, it took 24 hours to dry.
This picture was taken on day 3. We primed the ceiling in white and we used an oil based primer from Benjamin Moore for the walls. We used BM Aura paint, but our paint guy recommended the oil base to get the best coverage over the wall paper that we had removed.

 Since we had to wait overnight for the primer to dry, we were able to catch the tail end of the Cedar Key seafood festival. Most of the booths with seafood were gone, but we did enjoy looking at the crafts and the museum. And we got to eat at Tony's - home of the world's best clam chowder. I don't usually like chowder (too flour-y - give me oyster stew any day) but this was great. We got our fill of fried and steamed seafood and even caught a beautiful sunset over the gulf.

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