Jim did speeder duty and didn't have any leaks there either. The roof repairs held up quite nicely. Of course, not having any rain was of some help.
Ivan and Hans erected scaffolding in Dunvegan shop in preparation for the door track beam installation. Lofty work on a hot day in confined spaces with disrupted pigeons doing their best to discourage the intruders.
Phil repaired a bench back to as new condition, actually better than new because it's been fixed.
Barry continued the war of the weeds and grass with the new old mower and test-drove the brand spanking new, handy-dandy Husqvarna high-powered push 'em line-trimmer mower that Mike F donated and delivered on Wednesday. It's a thing of beauty.
Carol, Juanita and Shaina handled the gift shop duties and kept the wasps at bay. The latter task made considerably easier subsequent to Hans' addition of a spring closure on the main station door. Welcome to our volunteer world, Juanita and Shaina. They were still smiling at day's end, so it couldn't have been too traumatic an experience. We look forward to their return on future operating days.
Herb and Irene were in, around and out and made sure all was as it should be.
Stephen bicycled in to save the day by printing some badly needed site maps and then bicycled out into the heat of the day. Made the old guys sweat just watching him.
Don was successful in the battle to remove broken hoses from under the cab floorboards of the backhoe, with some able assistance from Dave H. Although, the hoses did exact some revenge in emptying their contents directly down Don's shirt collar. He reports that warm hydraulic oil inside your shirt is not particularly comfortable on a 27-degree day.