Alright, so as i mentioned, I really hit a wall, but here's where I am at...
I always try to epoxy something every night before I go to bed, since that is the best time for glue to dry without much down time so I stitched the front deck in place this afternoon, and tacked it not too long ago. Also keeps me motivated.
I'll pull the stitches first thing in the morning, try to tack the mid-decks before I go to work. Then come home and pull those stitches, and work on the rear deck.
I am hoping by Wednesday night I'll have the deck fully glued in place, corners radiused, faired, and ready for interior fillets and exterior glass.
The exterior tape and glass is the step I am dreading the most, but I usually find that if you mix the epoxy, it kind of motivates you to get stuff done. I also didn't anticipate the cost. It looks like the exterior cloth is going to run me at least $75 and I am running up on my wife's imposed credit limit for this month.
Another big thing I realized is that my wife's car can't carry the Kayak, and my Jeep CJ7 can't either unless I go with no top, and rig something up so I might not even have a way of getting this thing to the water!!!
Anyway, here's the latest pics. Fortunately, I am not worried about my deck/side planking seams since I plan to paint most of them and over the seams:
I should be able to clean up the chine and keel lines pretty easily. Not too bad, but definitely needs a date with the belt sander for some fairing.