...then stay off of iFish and get to that boat. You're wasting time pounding on the keyboard when you should be working on that boat. Go go go!Keep up the comments, guys! I need all the encouragement I can get if I'm gonna have it doen in time!:cheers:
Pfft... excuses.Dude!! I'm at work.
Be extremely careful using the spray foam. In fact, I would probably avoid it all costs. Especially if you have the plywood on and glassed. The spray foam can exert an amazing amount of force on the inside of the boat. I have a boat whose bow was split open all because of spray foam installed by a previous owner.<snip>... and spray foam in the rear sides and in the nose.
Are you going to have a bilge pump in there?That's a great idea, but I'll probably be going with a screw down floor. I'll have to roll it on it's side to drain water out, but I'm ok with that. At this point I'd rather have the boat ready to hunt with this year than to be working on it forever. The wife is getting jealous of the Atomic Nutria, as well. She knows she's about to be a duckhunting widow soon and is wanting as much time with me as she can get. :laugh:With the screw down method I can change it later on to something else. The foam won't be glued in so I can change that later too.