Barry did speeder duty again as well as looked for two pair of gloves - the ones that he lost last week and the replacement gloves he lost yesterday. Do we see a trend here?
Cathy and Rosemarie handled the gift shop duties, did their best to find jobs for Barry and Jamie and tried to find a ray of sunshine on the Station platform to counteract the less than balmy temperatures inside the Station. Which begs the question of whether we really need an ice cream freezer or is the "normal" room temperature in the gift shop adequate?
It appeared that Jamie broke more things than he fixed but did manage to put a temporary halt to the waterfall feature from the rusted out eavestrough in front of the baggage wagon on the platform. Temporary meaning, of course, it will hang in there until the building falls down or the next generation of volunteer comes along and wonders why only a "quick fix" was done and do it right. Or not.
Barry C. and Jamie started the maintenance inspections of the buildings but got sidetracked by the discovery of a minor sinkhole at the septic tank. Fears of having to do another crappy job were unfounded as removal of a piece of 15 year old plywood over a small hole, a wheelbarrow filled from that handy clay pile in the parking lot and replacement of the sod provided another quick fix.
Herb was on site both days and provided a hearty welcome to the arriving visitors and an exhortation to visit again as they departed. He is so proficient at that job, one may wonder about a previous Wal-Mart career?
Just another rewarding weekend at the museum!