From the land of the ice and snow, the midnight sun and where hot ideas flow, welcome back to the station! Yes, as I write this it is snowing...again...hard. Hopefully this is the last of it. Good thing we have those hot ideas to keep us warm. Now lets see what we did. Saturday: I took a trip to my not so local hobby shop to pick up some items I need for the B&M modules. I really need to come up with a name for them. While there, my dealer told me of an upcoming opportunity to set up the City Job in September. The show that is being put on by my dealer is still in the early stages but it sounds like a good idea so it is on my list. Once I got home, I took full advantage of the warm (mid 60's) temps and started working on the modules in the garage. First was the clear polyurethane on the B&M modules followed by assembly of the third Galesburg 2.0 module. The day was wrapped up with a nice "date night" with Angela. Sunday: Was domestic duty day. Grocery Shopping, laundry and oh yes, TAXES were in order for the most part. I did however get a bit more done after all the tedious tasks were accomplished. The third Galesburg 2.0 module was worked on and the leg assembly as well as the basic box were constructed. Once warm temperatures return I'll sand down the legs and get them assembled onto the box frame. That will also be the day I put another coat of clear on the B&M modules....one can hope anyway. So how about you? What did you accomplish this past weekend? Track work, locomotive work, scenery? Whatever you worked on, share it with us. We'll assemble again on Friday the 20th to start the process all over again. One last programming note: Late night alternative talk radio host, Art Bell, passed away on ironically enough, Friday the 13th. Art Bell was the creator of the popular show Coast to Coast AM where he discussed everything from Bigfoot to the JFK assignation. I enjoyed his show many a late night working third shift in my college years and always enjoyed his hosting abilities. I for one will miss him.... Unlock those Mysteries on the other side Art... High Greens!