... To quote Kipling.
What a winter! The Works were locked in a temperature-induced, productivity death grip. I was able to continue slowly on the smokebox and boiler at work, but since that involves a commute, it is not near as handy. Below is a shot of the foredeck. The joggle fit and trim will be exciting to do.
The king plank and cover boards are on hand and await planing to the same thickness (0.312"). The question was raised, "So how far can you bend that teak sideways?" On the stern deck, the curve is to a sixty (60") inch radius. One piece protested while bending to the dry fit. It shattered in my hand, not unlike glass. We were impressed.
Another piece jumped the clamps - I'm not really sure how that happened - whirled through the air like a Venetian blind and landed butter-side up. Phew!