Glenn spent the morning tagging all the flying wires so he could remember where they went. I spent it sanding and painting my floorboards. (I propped them up on spare 2x4's this time!)
Then we cut all the safety wire on the turnbuckles, took them off and then took off the lower left wing. I had to go home, but the lower right wing was ready to have the attache bolts knocked out and that wing taken off. Glenn's plan was to have all four wings and the tail off the airplane today. He'll take the engine off next to major it.