Proving the building frame (part 2)
I purchased the 4 mm Joubert Okume plywood, as well as some additional Alaskan yellow cedar (for thwarts and floor boards) and some sappele for gunnels. I think I have pretty much all the wood I'll need at this point, with the possible exception of knees and breasthook.
Before I start the planking I'll glue up the keelson laminations, cut the dagger board lumen, mount the transom on the building frame, and glue the keelson to it so that the backbone of the entire boat is in place, stem to stern. I'll finish beveling the stem, bevel the entire length of the keelson, and bevel each plank landing on the transom. Then begins the planking.
about 2 hours