I’d like to summarize this evening’s work with a simple statement: There are a lot of holes in the wing skeleton. I know this because I deburred every last one on the left wing, and yes, it really did take two and a half hours. And that’s still not all the prep tasks, I also have to dimple most of those holes and countersink the rest – that’s probably another good night’s work, though in practice my plan is to deburr the right skeleton and then try to do all the deburring and countersinking on the same day.
No photos tonight, but if you want to exercise your imagination, you can try to picture me lying on the garage floor so I could get to some of the holes on the rear spar. I’m sure it was an entertaining spectacle.