Starting from the top left of the picture:
1. Burgundy 9 B (aka "Rex")
2. Burgundy 12
3. Black Small 3 B (aka "Raven")
4. FCG x RZ
5. Black Pinto 1 B
6. Jellybean Big Pink B
7. Jellybean Purple B
8. Jellybean Red C
9. RZ x PPP 1
10. RZ x PPP 7 B
In other news, my cousin visited the area over the weekend to receive an award from the Sierra Club. I was able to meet him at the airport on Friday and have supper together in the city. That was a nice excursion.
On the job front, Management has decided to try a new tactic. If you recall, they first attempted to change our schedules to create a new graveyard shift, but we've been fighting that with the union. Then we proposed a temporary experimental schedule to gather data on the performance of their desired shift, but they didn't want to agree to our proposal. This week they have started drafting handlers to cover the late-night hours as overtime rather than as a fixed shift.
There really isn't anything we can do about this, because they have the authority to draft people for as much overtime as they feel necessary, as long as they have the budget for it. On the bright side, now they're paying us $90/hour to obtain statistical data on these work hours, which we can then use to support our position, so I guess it's not a total loss.