On Saturday, October 22, Dwight Maxey, Colin Mellin, Kendall Crouch, Tyler Seeley, Tanner Seeley, and Paul Brown did some work to tie up a few loose ends from our projects. We started the day re-stacking some tie plates, so that they could be moved out of the way of an upcoming track project. We also moved some miscellaneous materials that were stacked in the same area. The tie plates – and some joint bars that were previously moved to a staging area – were all moved to a new place inside our new fenced-in area.
We took a quick lunch break, and then came back to work on removing fence posts from our old fence/gates. This cleans up the areas between tracks in the shop yard, making the area safer when we move equipment around. One of the old gates may become a safety cage for the Bobcat! See one of the attached pictures. Now we can move on to the events we have coming up over the next two months, without thinking about some left over project.
I have included a few pictures of the fence post removal.