1648Hrs- Last Two Cabin Roof Sections Started
I was in the mood for building today, things always go so much easier when you’re in the right frame of mind don’t they? Anyway the first job was to gently prise off the second large cabin roof section and then spend some time with the grinding disc knocking off excess blobs of epoxy and generally cleaning it up a bit, then I hoofed it up on top of the starboard hull to see how it sat. as before there was a pleasing glow of satisfaction to see that it will only need minor adjustment to get it sitting pretty.
Having had that little boost I motored on with constructing the last two narrow sections of roof that sit at the stern end of the cabins, with all the practice I’ve had with the previous four big sections these seemed easy. I utilised both ends of the mould so that I could do the two together and also combined two steps into one by also gluing in the polystyrene. They’re all weighted up now and need only the last layer of ply glued on. I plan to squeeze that in tomorrow.