Monday morning fog can be taken a number of different ways. I guess I mean it in a literal sense today. I shot the photo below from our deck this morning. I even got my socks wet just to do this for you. Just more reassurance that summer is winding down and autumn is lurking in.
If you look closely you can see a llama in a roll hole in the pasture. They love this kind of weather. It has been a great summer for the llamas. Cool with green pastures all summer long. They managed to get through the summer keeping most of their head wool which is a rarity. Normally they rub their heads on the ground to knock off the mosquitoes and being so cool it was a non event.
Ryanne finished up the upholstery for the Mad Max Road Cart on Friday. It turned out just great. She has started on the upholstery for the Whiskey and we should have some photos of that later on in the week. So the wheels for Mad Max are repaired and ready to start paint work. They will go into primer later this week and I’m hoping to wrap up that vehicle by the end of next week.
The Kimball Brougham body continues to rest and relax. Life at the spa so to speak.
Bob started sanding on the doors. They are in first coat primer and are being sanded with 220 this go round.
We are now back down to maybe a half a million pieces. Dale has the front and rear chassis of the Kimball Brougham reassembled. All the parts have been primed and sanded before assembly so both of these components are ready for paint.
Time to get out and clear off the Monday morning fog.