That's the best description of my progress lately. Plus, I had relatives in town this weekend so nothing got done on the plane. I did start to work on the starboard wing joiners, but ran into a bit of an issue. The trailing edge of the joiner ribs weren't lining up as it appears one of them developed a slight warp in the last 2 inches. When the wing tip is joined to the center section, it leaves about an 1/8" gap at the trailing edge. So over the course of the past two days I have been wetting, clamping, re-wetting and re-clamping the joint to remove the bend. I'm happy to report after checking it this morning that the warp is gone and the wings line up perfectly. Now I can finish the joiners.
I'll also admit to getting sidetracked with another small project. Last year I built a RES version of Harley Michaelis' Smooth Genie Pro. I love the ship, but don't get to our club winch very often so I've decided to build an e-fuselage for it so it can be flown at the local parks and soccer fields. So far I'm just researching my options, but like everything else I get my mind wrapped around, it will be somewhat unique. I'll probably start building it side by side with the Gull. Hey, Winter will be here soon, and I can't very well finish my Winter build project before the Holidays!
Here is the RES Genie soon to be an e-RES Genie.