Flipping the craft over wasn't all that difficult. This yahoo on the right
is my buddy James, who helped me with The Flipping. He is currently one
of my few dependable friends, and came over with only a couple of hour's
notice to give me a hand.
Getting it up on it's side was quite easy, once we dislodged it from the floor. When I did my first seam, I didn't seal the cracks before filling with microballoon putty. As a result, the putty slowly drained out of the seam, bonding the craft to the floor. By the time I realized what was going on, it was too late. Fortunately, the only damage done is that of time: I'll have to sand the excess putty off the bottom of the craft and the floor of my carport. No biggie.
Hull weight at this point is estimated to be between 100 and 125lbs.