On Saturday, November 5, we had a small, dedicated crew come out to do the most important work at the Museum. Dwight Maxey, Colin Mellin and Paul Brown removed blown-in weeds from the collection area, and then pulled out weeds that had grown into our new fence. This work is important because it keeps the Museum grounds cleaned up and looking professional, and more importantly, removes a fire danger that could be catastrophic to the Museum. If you have ever seen tumble weeds burn, then you understand.
We also had a few minutes at the end of the day to power wash the dirt and grime off of the Massey Furguson, Bobcat, and Case tractors. Like they say, a clean machine is a happy machine!
I have included a few pictures of cleaning up weeds for your entertainment.