Thursday, September 24, 2009
Question, how many jacks does it take to lift one Segowea cabin?
Over the course of the weekend we did some ceiling nail cutting, touch up painting inside the cabins in cabin row, and painting of the new cabin doors, plus a bit of painting and siding work on Keller cabin.
We were treated to a wonderful dinner by Lily Mercogliano and Friends of Segowea and as usual a great breakfast by Mike Bruns.
Amy and Minna painting Keller bathroom.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Campers and staff 1925, when Segowea was still in New York before moving to Massachusetts in 1928.
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Collectively we painted interiors of cabins, finished most of the siding at Keller cabin, moved picnic tables, cleaned up in Hart Lodge and porch, pulled out items at the dump for recycling, and completed more trail work around the lake.
Saturday dinner on Hart Lodge Porch. Minna, Liz, John Witter, Norm, Diane and Bridget Crane and family. This was Bridget's first time back since the 70's!
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Below are a few pictures of the latest work weekend's main project, new siding on Keller Cabin. Though we didn't get photos, we also cleaned a good deal in the kitchen when the rain moved us inside. Thank you to Liz Carivan and Andy Elman for work on the Keller deck and siding and in the kitchen. Thank you to Mike Sherwood and friends Mandy and Kyle for trail work. We will get photos posted soon of some of their handiwork out there around the lake.
Andy Elman poses with staff Toby and Rich (with their handiwork in the background).
Making the precise cuts to fit between the windows and doors.
Former director, John Fishher and his wife Holly drop by to see the progress on Keller Cabin. "We didn't have all this cushy nicety nice stuff back in my time" or something similar were John's friendly jibes for Toby.
Please come join us for any future work weekend. Dates include Sept 5-6, Sept 19-20, Oct 3-4 and Oct 10-11th. Call or email Toby 518 656-9462 ext 6632 or email@example.com to RSVP.