It was a productive day out at Thomas Point with a small crew of six. Volunteers patched some holes and worked on the floor molding on the 2nd floor. They also completed the removal of the carpet tiles on the second floor. The stove pipes were also scraped and the openings down in the kitchen and sitting room were covered.
Volunteers prepared some of the walls for painting but there was no actual painting this time around. But have no fear, there will likely be some next time!
Since the tours are over for 2018 and the preservation season is winding down as we head into the colder months, the artifacts out on the light were boxed up and prepared for winter storage. One of the closets on the second floor was also cleared out and the floor was given a thorough sweeping. Down on the first level the floors were all vacuumed.
There is only one work day left at Thomas Point for 2018 – so if you haven’t been out there this year you have one more opportunity. I hear there might be painting. We’ll be coming out with next years schedule soon, so keep an eye on the web site so you can mark you calendars for next season.