A group of us returned to East Broad Top on Saturday. I'd been clouted heavily with the flu during the week and was still feeling a little under the weather so was really pleased when Melony offered to drive. Scott joined us at my house and we had a fun and chatty ride up.
The staff were there to greet us again but didn't bother with their usual spiel as they knew we'd been before, and I'm guessing most of us were looking past them at the doors to the tool shed, anxious to be let loose. I was especially keen to use my camera since last time I'd had to borrow Barb's due to having no battery in my own. The photos had turned out pretty well but I'd not been able to take any low light images so I was looking forward to taking plenty of those today.
For lunch we returned to the bed and breakfast across the street and were fed homemade sloppy joes with a chicken, corn and pasta soup, both of which were delicious. Then with full bellies we went back to the rail yard to shoot the exterior.
After we had finished shooting the rail yard, we went and found some other rail cars that were languishing on tracks in a wooded area.
I was glad to finally get home. The day had worn me out, I hadn't realized the flu had weakened me so much. I could barely muster up the energy to feed and fuss the cats but once their bowls were filled I headed straight to bed, sleeping 10 hours straight.