The peak day for our building was New Years Eve. We shattered the record for the total number of packages sorted and delivered. We had a weeklong backlog of undelivered Xmas packages due to the record snowfall, a total of 28 retain trailers full of service failures lined up in the employee parking lot. UPS pulled out all the stops to get them delivered by New Years Eve. They wound up running what they called a "B" sort...they started preload at 11:00 the night before and had a full peak season lineup of cars, which maxed out our available park positions. They then called in an additonal 45 drivers from Portland, Albany and Salem who clocked in at their home buildings and drove empty pkg cars out to us in Tualatin. These drivers waited outside in the parking lot. Once the "A" sort was done, all 257 of our routes pulled out, the 45 extra cars backed in to our vacated parking spots and they started the whole process again with a "B" sort. Those guys didnt get wrapped until after 10:30, but they were able to get all the trailers unloaded and most of the packages delivered. I set a personal record for number of pieces and number of stops delivered. I made my last delivery at 9:46 PM, and clocked out at 10:30. I went home, ate a piece of pizza, and fell asleep on the couch. My wife woke me up two minutes before midnight so we could watch the ball come down and toast the New Year with a glass of non-alcoholic sparkling cider. 5 minutes later I was alseep again. Happy New Year!