|Sealed, sanded, and skeg secured.|
|It helps build a heated "tent" in |
order to get epoxy to dry in a cold garage
|Glue, glue, and more glue.|
I recently was on Chesapeake Light Craft'Craft ' website, where I ended up watching a whole series of YouTube videos on building your own stitch and glue kayak. I don't know that I learnt anything new, but I was nevertheless enhanced through the whole thing. The best part had John Harris looking straight into the camera, saying the words, "remember," cue deep, deep reverb, "sanding is FUN, is fun, is fun, is fun, is fun..." That was pretty much all that went through my head whilst sanding the hull.
|Adding thwarts, rubrails and other|
sundry bits help flesh out the hull
Now, what happens next will violently challenge that notion of sturdiness....
But that's the subject of another post.