Gloria held court in the gift shop and tried to keep track of Barry to fulfill the constant requests for speeder rides.
Barry actively promoted volunteer recruitment to his captive audiences on the speeder. The level of success is yet to be determined but he is ever the optimist.
Don again worked on the other tractor and mower but had to concede defeat in this round. Tomorrow is another day in which to resume the battle.
Niale did some more of his first class lettering and detail work on the CN 4 locomotive. A little more paint and completion of the number boards and she'll look brand new. Almost.
Jamie managed to get the Rules Instruction Car vacuumed of it's accumulation of gravel, dust, spider webs and dead flies and evicted the wasps that were setting up squatter's rights in the east vestibule. Then he succumbed to the lure of replacing rotten sidewalk boards. It's an addiction. It's not a satisfying day at the Museum unless at least one sidewalk board is replaced. We'll rue the day that we find a generous donor who will provide enough concrete sidewalk blocks to replace the wood walkways. Yep, crocodile tears when that happens. Ha!
And so, after dealing with the super-sized wasp nest in the steam crane that Barry found, closing up the gift shop, the display cars and gathering up the wasp buffets in the garbage cans, the gates were closed on another operating weekend at the Museum.