There is nothing so sanative[sic], so poetic, as a walk in the woods and fields even now, when I meet none abroad for pleasure. Nothing so inspires me and excites such serene and profitable thought. The objects are elevating.
Henry David Thoreau - Journal IX, 400-402
Daylight Savings Time came upon us last weekend, so the work can continue later in the day. And as the project is behind schedule, I am sure this is a welcome window of opportunity. But today, as I reach the foggy summit at daybreak, steel workers are already busy at work making up for lost time. Railings and deck grating are the order of the day..
I immediately notice that the high rise orange lift is back on site - perhaps for work on the ladders and grating.
|Daybreak in the Fog|
|A Yard Full of Railings|
|Still Overseeing the Operation|
|Continuing across the Northern Ramp|
|Around the Corner And Up the Western Ramp|
|Prints for the Railing|
Hopefully those prints will tell which piece to select ....
|Deck Plate Positioning|
|Where Do All These Parts Go?|
|Securing the Railing on the NE Corner|
|Landing Grating in Place|
|View Down the Side of Old Tower Fence|
Time to say good-bye for the weekly visit.
I will be in Florida next week, visiting my 91 year old Dad. Back before the end of the month however. If you visit, send me some pictures; I will fill in the blanks. Thanks. Safe hiking....