Jim not only entertained a steady stream of speeder riders, but had time to patch over some holes in the roof of said speeder, so now there is a nice red glow on all the faces as the sun refracts nicely trough the tuck tape.
Ted motored around the Calder shop doing this and that along with some of that and this on several of the locomotives and did an superb job of ensuring there was always coffee in the pot.
Don, Phil and Barry persevered in the heat of the day and succeeded in getting the John Deere garden tractor and mower back in operating condition. Now Barry can show those dang lawns who is boss.
Jamie and Phil dealt with the loose planks in the crossing in front of Calder shop so there is less likelihood of the seesaw effect when stepping on one end of a plank.
Herb made a brief appearance and found the volunteers were working hard or hardly working, depending on their speed of motion at the moment. He left shortly thereafter, shaking his head.
Hans came and went and in between had a good time at the Party Car. Working on it, that is.
John C. also popped in and made the best contribution of the day - donuts!
All the volunteers made time to ooh and aah at the two lifts of donated lumber that Butch picked up from Millar Western at Boyle and delivered to the Museum on Friday. Many thanks to Millar Western and Butch for the donation of this much needed repair material.