Got a call from work today. They asked me if I was interested in heading up/organizing a rebuild of one of our underground loaders. About a 6 week job. I said sure, pencil me in. It will most likely be 7 days a week with a 12 hour work day but. The other option is stay on my regular shift 21 days on ,21 days off, 12 1/2 hour work day, living in a man camp when on shift. I'll have 2 mechanics on day shift and 2 on night shift to supervise. The rebuild will be in town so I don't have to stay in camp, can come home at the end of the day. It will be a 24 hour maintenance action, so I organize and run the dayshift and pass down work to the night shift. Been off 5 months due to an eye injury, I still have mono vision. Trying to get everything ready for FAA so I can get my medical back and start flying again. Protect your eyes, you don't want to go thru what I have been thru. This will be a great break in letting me get back in the swing of things. Sure hope it pans out, living in camp sucks, food is good but that's about it Edit: This is a pic of LR76 not the loader I will rebuild but same model. Poor LR76, remote mucking no one was in the cab..