After a long day this past Saturday, eight additional sets of bunk beds were installed in cabins. The time spent on Saturday, however, was just the tip of the iceberg of the time spent on the beds. A special thanks to those that helped Matt to strip logs, cut tenons, drill holes, and polyurethane logs. We are thrilled that sixteen more campers will be able to sleep in bunks this summer.
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136 Huge Loads of Dirt
For those of you very familiar with the SHCM property, you will remember the very steep hill that went up toward the guy’s cabin area. That was one of the major tasks for the excavators this week. They removed 136 loads of shale with the big excavator and the John Deere 250D earth mover. It is still a hill, but it should be much easier to walk and drive.
Although the excavators experienced some bitter cold temperatures (-10) and some equipment that would not start, they are almost on schedule at the end of today. They are scheduled to return on Monday to begin installing manholes and sewer pipe.