Today was filleting day. That's not fill-lay (like what you do to a fish); it's fill-itt (like what you do to a crack: fill it). This involves alchemy with strange ingredaments and stuff, like colloidal silica and microballoons (I was looking for the teeny strings to hold so they wouldn't float away, but I couldn't see any). You stir this stuff into the epoxy to give it hardness and strength. Budgetboater was a mite rusty and we are still disorganized, but it's coming together. Ben and Budg did well. I babysat (Crap!). Basically, you mix a batch, put it into a plastic food bag, cut the corner off the bag, pipe it into a corner, and smooth it out with a rounded piece of wood
The one thing you shouldn't mention on a boat building site is "sink". We got one in this weekend for the galley.
Tomorrow is rock and roll day. Budge is getting in 10-15 tons of rock tomorrow and we are going to roll it into the shop with a wheelbarrow to get the floor level. Then we will be able to get the plywood into racks and have more working space.
Something Rock and Rolly............................... The Blasters!!!!!!!!! American Music
Chuck! Send money!