‘Twas a mini bee hive at the museum. Kinda like everyone needed a workday after yesterday's Valentine indulgences.
Herb held court in Calder shop. A monumental task in itself, given the ongoing discussions as we endeavour to update several of the Museum's administrative tomes.
Irene and John B put in a long day in the gift shop getting the display racks and materials ready for the upcoming Mom’s Pop’s & Tot's Fair. How many configurations can you come up with for a 10 x 10 foot booth? Apparently enough to wear out a couple screwdrivers, and that warranted a trip to town for replacements!
Don expounded on the joys of having his big truck back complete with new engine. And he kept the coffee flowing in Calder shop.
Hans made a couple of trips to the burn pile with debris from the rotted roof structure on the Agrium boxcar. And gave his knees a good workout while removing those stubborn spiral shank nails from the remaining purlins on the roof of the car.
Phil continued installing the new 2x4 purlins on the box car roof. Those many trips up and down the ladder should have burned off those Valentine chocolates, eh?
Barry took on a new challenge and set up the new bit in the router. After a gazillion test cuts with mini-millimetre adjustments, it is ready to start milling the tongues to match the previously milled grooves in the 400 roof boards for the boxcar.
Jamie fed the cats....Yeah, that's pretty much it.