I never got around to working on the kayak over the weekend. We took our Glen-L Zip runaboat out for one last gasp then winterized and stored it in a insulated and heated hangar for winter, www.vupilot.blogspot.com. Sunday afternoon I flew r/c planes instead of work on the kayak.
Today I spent 3 hours beveling and loosely installing both sides by wiring the sides bottom edge to the bottom planks' outside edge. Some scrap wood is clamped to the formers to keep them from flexing, this is a nice tip that is included in the instructions. Tomorrow I hope I can get the ends closed up.