It's spring in the Rockies and you never know what the weather will bring. The past few days it's been in the 70's and I've had the shop doors open as I finish up the uke and Mayfly.
I had the baritone uke's future owner in the shop to help carve the neck. I always like to get the owner involved is some of the build steps. While I can do the work much faster without them, having some of your own work in the instrument begins the bonding process.
I'm using ZPoxy for pore filling on the Mayfly. The uke will be finished in TruOil and will only have limited pore filling during the leveling process.