The CSV crew was on site and split in half which was not overly difficult as there were a sum total of two of them.
Barry C. put his half of the crew to work pushing a lawn mower. He happily pushed it all day - sometimes it was running, sometimes not.
Irene D. multi-tasked through the day by using her half of the CSV Crew to complete the pump house refurbishing project, participated in the car inspection tour, reviewed the computer progress and still did a number of administration odds and ends. Oh yes, and was the Chef du Jour for the volunteer lunch program! Never ask three guys to do a woman's job.
John B. got new computers, programs, and other mysterious oddities in the cyber-world set-up and demo'd them for Herb and Irene. He says he spent a lot of time backing-up, but sure looked like he was going forward to me.
Barry C. and Don W. joined the haymaking fray. Don's former racecar driving skills came in useful on the riding mower. Barry multi-tasked with his push mower doing some mosquito control as well as grass cutting. Burns a little oil, eh?
The Car Restoration, aka Geritol, Gang of Hans H., Barry C., Phil H. and Jamie M. started a maintenance inventory of all the cars and got through two strings before running out of oomph. Clambering over, around and through coaches is hard work. Good thing there are lots of benches and chairs in those cars for the required rest breaks.
And, Herb, in addition to the critical task of conducting the luncheon quality assessment, did as Herb does as only Herb can do.
Then there was the Board of Director's meeting that evening. What a meeting it was! Why did they get kicked out of the building? That's another story for another time.
P.s. Let us not forget Stephen Y., Ivan H., Butch B. and the other folks whom I don't know about that are quietly doing the support work behind the scenes so that we may continue to play trains.