I moved my wings from the paint shop to the hangar (about 20 miles) this weekend. What I thought would be about an hour in the cold (upper 20s F), turned out to be about a 4.5 hour ordeal. It turned out that the trailer I was borrowing was still buried in the snow and it took awhile to get it unburied. We never did get the tarp that was supposed to be covering the trailer unfrozen enough to get it unstuck from the trailer floor.
Normally that wouldn't be a big deal, but since I still have a cast on my leg. I learned that a fiberglass cast and a sock over the toes doesn't provide much insulation against the cold.
I was planning on doing some work in the hangar for another couple hours, but after being out in the cold longer than anticipated, I wimped out and went home to get warmed. I guess I'm not quite as dedicated as Ron and others.
The good news is all the RV-10 is painted except for the wheel pants and final assembly starts on Saturday after I get this cast off on Thursday.