Though beautifully crafted and finished, the guest and master staterooms don't give me the same goosebumps that the galley, salon and steps do. What they do however, is invite me in to curl up with a good book on a rainy day (assuming my "to do" list is under control). If you've never been aboard a KKY at night, you are in for a treat. The boat virtually glows in the warmth of the wall sconces and lamps. The staterooms wrap you in coziness, but with more than enough headroom to seem spacious.
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Sorry for jumping around (it's the way the pics saved) but we're back in the guest stateroom looking at the starboard desk. The bottom drawer actually is designed to hold Pendaflex folders should one need to use them. Umm, I think the desk might make a nice vanity for applying warpaint and other such necessities. I love the way everything fits and actually snuggles.
Yes, we're still in the guest stateroom looking forward at the hanging locker with upper cabinets to your right and the washer/dryer behind the closed louvered doors to your left. Ample storage with good looks. Who could ask for more?
More to come folks but I'm calling it a day since the clock just rolled to 1 am and it's been a long day.
I hope you're enjoying the pictures and dialog. I try to be entertaining and not boring. Have a great weekend everyone. I'm hoping for engine room and exterior pictures next week.
Tom couldn't get pics this week since everyone who made something on the boat was aboard testing out their "thing". John Deere, Northern Lights, ABT Trac stabilizers, the bow thruster folks and several others. I certainly was not going to disturb them with picture requests.
Tom B. thinks she is outside now for final painting. If she's not out today, then it's just a matter of hours. He'll be there next week, so expect some heart-stopping pictures of the outside.