A little play time today. Jacked up the back and pulled the rear wheels. Amazing how tight lug nuts get in only thirty years! Thanks go out to the inventor of PB Blaster. Friggin' ant hill under the right rear. Five leafs in the main rear spring stack. Two more underneath with the big rubber bumpers. The brake drums are completely free and just slipped off. Drums and rigging look good. Rear wheels turn easily. Yes, I'll take pictures! Dislocated right index finger hooking up a stupid sprinkler. Fixed it. Hurts a bit. Not as bad as the neighbor's ears from the language, I bet. I'll haul two 20-ton hydraulic jacks out there after it cools of a bit more this evening so I can get started on that roof. The braces appear to have rusted some and just snapped in two from the sag. I'm thinking 2x12 on the floor, 4x4 vertical frames and 2x12 on top oughta do the job. Slow and steady.