I put the aft deck on. Thought you should know.
There were some awkward places in the aft section of the boat where the stringers didn’t quite line up. One stringer dipped lower than the rest. So I had to add on little thin wedges of wood to the tops of the members. I am a madman with a circ saw and often do ridiculously fine cuts with this not-so-precise tool. Cut, epoxy, attack with the belt sander.
Voila! You’d never even know. Definitely not once the deck is on.
Putting the actual deck on was a breeze. You only get photos of the finished results, because what used to worry the hell out of me, mixing up epoxy, brushing both sides, mixing up a thicker batch, applying that to the structural members, and then applying stainless steel screws every six inches to the plywood is really no big deal these days. I did it alone and it was done before I even had a chance to take any photos.
Notice the brilliant bow in the center of the deck? That’s part of the Glen-L design to allow water to run off.
I know I still have to get under there to bolt in the motor well (and the stern tie-downs), but my excitement got the better of me.
It totally paid off: Hazel and I have already sat on the back deck enjoying lunch and a well-deserved beer in the shade of the willows.