It has been a very long week beginning with many huge orders arriving and people getting sick or being gone for one reason or another. As you know we are in the process of trying to get our parts department back together from a move. It is hard to continue to do business while trying to put things back together. Finding parts is an issue and we have many that haven't made it to a bin location yet and not many bins left, especially for bigger items.
With all the inbound freight I ended up working all day yesterday and got home around noon today after having been in by 4:00 o'clock a.m. both days. It makes for a tired and weary Ken. I came home to make a pegboard panel to hang on the end of one of our bin rows. We saved some of the pegboard from before the move and I used our box truck to bring a couple of sheets home to rip them down for use tomorrow. I built this one using 1 X 2 and the ripped pegboard. Today it lays on my shop floor, tomorrow it will have Subaru wiper blades hanging on it.
While working this week my head met up with an immovable object. Just outside the back door and obviously not high up on the wall is a lock box for a key for the fire department to gain access to the building should the need arise.
In the 50's Volkswagen introduced the Westfalia Camper, a converted VW Micro Bus. Through the years there have been many versions with the last one built in 2003. Lego has developed this kit. It is pretty detailed. One of my co workers has this on her desk so I took some pictures. Hope you enjoy.