Right now I'm renting a 10x10 room, which, try as I might, will not be ok to build an 18' kayak in. My father told me he has a 20' space I can use, and so I've been moving ahead based on that.
I went over there last night to check it out, and it is 2 10x10 rooms, with a standard doorway between them. The doorway is far up against the side of both rooms, so I have only a few feet to work with. Part of me says "hey, the kayaks only 18" wide, and I can do the pannels one at a time, and store them on the ground under the saw horses untill it's time to put them together. This is in a mobile home and the only exit this would leave me is a window, which is easily accessable from the inside, but lets out 10' over the ground.
I think this is doable, and I've half come to understand that it's not that unusual.
Am I being crazy to tackle this in that type of environment, or is this as sane as home boatbuilding gets?