A thorough inspection and final touch-up of the interior fabric was today's first order of business. Some temporary hardware was changed out and final taping of the trim stand-off completed. Meanwhile, the final reinforcement patches and drain grommets were applied to the rudder. Once the interior was declared finished, we began masking off the already painted metal parts of the airframe around the cabin. The combination of aluminum foil and blue masking tape makes the airplane look rather odd. Except for a few details, the fuselage is now ready to be transported to the Neil Dickinson's spray booth. The hope is to be able to take it there next Wednesday if arrangements can be made with Neil and a rental truck scheduled. Our next work session on Saturday, May 26th will be devoted mainly to cleaning up and organizing the Chapter hangar in preparation for future meetings and workshops and next steps on the Cub project.