My labor day weekend was my weekend to catch up on things I've been putting off. Ok, so this may not look like "progress"... but I have to start somewhere. The greenish Suburban and Reddish Truck were complete at the start of the weekend. They are organ donors for another truck and a K5 that are going together. The Suburban's axles are going under this '77 K5 that I finally lifted up out of the grass and put front springs under this weekend. The motor out of the truck is going into this Blazer. I'm re-po'ing it since I never got anything at all in trade for it from "Tractor Tire Mike" and he's been kicked out of town anyway. Now I have to undo everything he started doing to it trying to copy my truck Blazer. It will go back to a regular K5 again. The Suburban's motor is going into this truck frame, along with the Part-time T-case from it and exhaust from the reddish truck. It's getting a '77 body I've been saving since 1998, and the 10-bolt front end from my Blue '84 K5 and 14 bolt rear end from "Swamp Thing". The rear end from the reddish truck is going under my Suburban (not pictured). My Suburban is in the shop where my red '78 K20 project is. On my break from the outdoor projects, I bolted up the rear end that came out of a '77 K20 and front Dana 60 from the '80 Canada Crew Cab under my frame designated for my '78 Body, and got it off of blocks. Next the cab comes off, I bolt in a 465/205 and '71 Corvette 350 I traded for. I also finally pulled a Dana 70 rear out of a Dodge frame, and also moved a couple camp trailers for some people, which are now stored here. Starting to look more like a trailer park? I had to swap the 35" Swampers off the Orange Blazer onto the stepside so that I can run in the street and trail class at the mud races coming up Sept 10th. The Orange Blazer is getting parted out to justify keeping the Stepside. While I was at it, I tried to lose some weight off the Stepside. The 39.5" Boggers really packed it everywhere. Theres a Dana 60 under there somewhere. I also robbed the front axle back out of the "Swamp Thing" project to sell cause I need money. Helped a friend pull out his tranny and T-case out of his '72 K5 on Sunday. I had a 4 day weekend, and got a fair amount done. But could have gotten further if I had a few parts I needed (and were in the garage in Spokane), and had I worked at a less leisurely pace. I still took time to sit by the fire and watch movies.