Between funerals and funeral home visits (it’s been one of those weekends), Dane and I got a couple of hours to work on the boat.

Cut one side (it has to be two pieces to be wide enough) of the forward cockpit deck. This is another one of those cases where nothing is as easy on a boat with the curves and angles. This deck piece is sloped fore and aft, so its a little tricky getting the length right. It also fits against the hull curve (at an angle) and must be notched around two frame pieces.

Took a bit of trimming, but it came out pretty decent, I think. Now to do the other half and get them to meet in the middle.

Money = $9.16 (glue) + .64 (tax) = $9.80

Time = 2 hours