After a lengthy absence at the Museum, Irene had considerable catching up to do and was the whirling dervish of the day as she ensnared the appropriate volunteers for whatever task at hand was in need of being caught up.
Hans was the barricade building baron of the day. The traffic barricades at the crossings will finally be able to stand on four legs instead of three and a half.
Jim hardly had time to stretch his legs during the day as it was one speeder ride after another.
Don and Phil worked at getting the weed sprayer rigged up on the speeder cart with a little physical assistance and a lot of advice from Barry C and Jamie.
Cathy and Rose-Marie did yeoman duties in the gift shop and continued their close inspection of the Station Platform planks. Hey girls, how about getting somebody to fix the door into the gift shop?
Barry, Don and Jamie tried resurrecting one of Don's old riding lawnmowers that has been collecting dust and rust in the back 40. Despite valiant efforts in wheeling it all the way down to Calder Shop, it just wouldn't push start. Or maybe a missing battery could be a contributing factor to it not starting, or maybe the seized up choke cable, or .....
Stephen, Ken and Evan were dapper and dashing in their period railway uniforms at the ARM booth at the St Albert Farmer's Market. Our trusty spy reports they were actively working the crowd and garnering a lot of interest. The telling factor - they passed out a lot of handouts, very few of which ended up in the garbage cans or on the ground. Isn't it fun explaining our train doesn't run from the High Level Bridge to Stettler?