Saturday, August 4, 2012

On Friday the whale skeleton was caught necking. . .

. . . with Wes! (^-^) Oh! Your Blogster is so funny sometimes!  Actually it was Wes necking the skeleton. . .adding neck bones to the skull. He drilled appropriately sized
holes in each neck bone (cervical vertebrae) to receive the 1-inch steel
all-thread that had been drilled into the back of the skull.
All the neck vertebrae in place. Nice job!
Side view of a scapula.

Getting the cervical vertebrae in place was the yesterday's focus. There will be no work in the bone mines on Sunday, August 5th, or Monday August 6th. All systems go on Tuesday August 7th. Still some very exciting things yet to come. . .hang in there!

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