One thing about laying teak: it may be somewhat tedious and is very messy, but when you stand back and look at it, it's all worth while. I would have to say, that on odds, fitting out the cockpit (once I'd decided what to do with it!) has been fun, if slow.
I did all the lids as one, gluing them up in situ with masking tape separating them from each other and from the rest of the locker lid. Once the glue had cured, I took the hatches off and did the rest of the lid. This wasn't quite as straightforward as I'd hoped and for the second locker, I glued down the wood on the fixed part first, which made it easier.
The next stage is to put teak on the fuel lockers. When that is done, the boat will essentially be finished and I can open the bottle of Bollinger that a kind friend gave me ages ago. There will be much rejoicing - even if I did hope to have had this finished by the end of October.
Of course, I still need to make the companionway, sort out the pram hood, put on the toe rails and rubbing strakes, fit the stanchions, finish and hang the rudders, work out the tiller arrangement, make the bilgeboards, paint the boat, make the mast, make the sail, sort out blocks and rigging, make the self-steering, fit and wire in the solar panels, finish the davits, make patterns for cushions and sew up their covers and I dare say many other things that I can't think of at the moment. Please don't remind me of them: I can promise you they won't be forgotten.