More hull wire tightening and shaping. Close to gluing.

There is an important process that I forgot to photograph before I turned the hull over to do the wires on the outside, and that is that the temporary frames were all glued into the hull using a hot glue gun. Pygmy recommends the cheapest one you can find, which is what I bought, and it worked great! Each frame got beads of hot glue about an inch long, spaced every few inches, on both sides of the frames. This was done to hold the frames in place once the wires are removed after the hull seams are glued. The frames must remain in the kayak until after the deck is wired together as they will guide the shape of the deck while it is wired and glued together (but not glued to the hull at that point).

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