On Sunday I finished flattening the top and squared the front edge as best I could before making the front and back edges parallel. Then it was time to square off the ends. I decided to use my old circular saw (which has not been used in at least 8 years) to save some time and finishing each up each cut with a hand saw. Unfortunately I made the rookie mistake of trusting the bevel gauge on the saw so while the ends are square to the front, there is a heavy slope compared to the top.
Once I figure out how to re-adjust the bevel gauge I will make another attempt but in the meantime the top needs to be made a consistent thickness which will be my after bedtime project this week.