Got home and got busy…

First off was to unfasten (and saw off, since the glue worked great) the cabin top stringer at the port stern corner where I had mismeasured and it was way too high. Got it loose, recut the vertical and refastened it.

Then I got busy putting a layer of cabin top on. This is somewhat out-of-order from the recommended build order, but I’m trying to get things closed in a bit more rapidly since I pretty much am having to build outside without cover. I’m sure I will pay some price with difficulty in getting some of the interior bulkheads fitted and the like, but I think I can deal with that better than having to pump things out on a regular basis.

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Got the three rear panels in place. The front one is just laying there in this picture. I’ll see about getting it fastened in the next day or two. I have to get the two centerline "door posts" trimmed to the right height. One of them has tried to warp… hopefully I can get that fixed without removing it (also well glued…).

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Time = 2 hours