By Jason Reiman
If you have kids, you know what it’s like to tuck them in and night, and then right before you go to bed, you pop your head through the door to make sure the little ones are still sound asleep.
That’s what our team member Frank Fisher did this month when he swung into the museum grounds to check on the #9. As most of you probably experienced in November or December, we had a few days of high winds and snow, and Frank volunteered his time to go and make sure all the protective tarps and coverings we put on the #9 this last fall were still secured down. Frank was happy to report that it looked like the day we put her away, with the exception of the snow.
It was good to get this report from Frank, and I am looking forward to our next post when we will hopefully be putting out dates for our first volunteer sessions. The day we can unwrap her and get back to work is fast approaching. Please stay tuned in to the museum’s Facebook page and website for further updates.