Back from a wonderful and relaxing time in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. Eight sun filled days with comfortable temperatures, no rain, lots of good food, and some breath-taking scenery along the way. Driving the Cabot trail, visiting the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck, touring the Fort in Louisbourg, the Maud Lewis Museum in Halifax, and a quick stop at Peggy's Cove were among the highlights. All in all, a very pleasant, relaxing wind down from the tribulations we've endured this year.
But now it's back to letterpress stuff! Before we left, and since our return, a major reorganization has been underway. With the remaining Swoop type now integrated into our regular inventory, it's time to reinvent the floor layout. We probably won't be completely done by this Saturday, but come the next open date, August 11th, all will be in place.
Part of our labor presently is the processing of "stuff" that's been laying around for awhile. Over the years, as we retrieve equipment from shops some of it never gets completely processed. It seems there's always more coming in and it gets buried further back. So we're venturing into the dark corners now and finding some things we weren't aware we had. More info on this as it develops, so be sure to stay in touch!
Summer continues to move along and we hope yours has been pleasant so far.