3276Hrs – Just Enough
I had to hold the keg upside down for 5 minutes but I managed to get the very last dregs of epoxy out of it and was able to mix enough to coat the last bits of untreated ply on the side-deck assemblies.
The cold and my use of a medium hardener meant that trimming the excess glass away from the work I’d done yesterday was fairly easy. It took a while to get all the edges cleaned up but once it was done I was able to turn the decks over and finish off underneath.
Once again I’ve been surprised how complicated and time consuming these apparently simple constructions turned out to be, but they’re done now and I can now look forward to get them painted and finished.
Here are the side-deck assemblies looking something like done. The slots you can see in the nearest bearers are drain holes to allow water running down the cabin top sides to run away easily.