No, I’m not giving up that soon 🙂

What I mean is that I have to remember something that I have learned over and over again in my life.

Quit working before you are overly tired and start making mistakes. This is especially true with "nit-picking" stuff that has to be very accurate. I’m always prone to keep going and then eventually make some critical mistake and get myself all frustrated. There is always the "keep going, I’m on a roll" feeling, which is true to a point, but finding that point…

I had a good couple of hours in the shop tonight. Fixed the mistake from yesterday, got another frame layout straightened out (another mistake) and all the ply/MDO for it cut (right the first time!). We’re down to the last 4 frames/bulkheads to cut. Looking at it, I think I’m going to wind up using less plywood than I figured, which means I have some for the hull left over!


Time = 2 hours