We're back from another weekend, how did you all do? My Friday started by running the first trick of operations as well as breaking in my new BN NW2. It was a great stress less way to spend a Friday night! Saturday: was busy. I got up and got going and started working right away on the switch list for this coming weekend. I modified my switch list to make switching a bit easier, we'll see how it works. I next left for my "not so local" hobby shop and picked up a LED as well as a spare TCS decoder for another BN NW2 I picked up. I didn't spend too much time at the shop as I had a long list of things to do. Once home, I wrapped up the detail work on the GP30 and headed for the paint booth. The once wrecked GP30 looks better then ever in primer with all it's parts back on. I then started my LED project on the NW2. I had everything working great when "Mr. Dumb Thumbs" showed up. Somehow after carefully drilling a #70 hole in the cab and carefully soldering the LED into the decoder, I removed the lead from the LED. DOH! Now I will have to wait until Tuesday to pick up another, more like five more LEDs from my shop. After that I decided to call it a day. Sunday: was of course Fathers Day, I called my Dad to wish him a Happy Fathers Day and touch base with him regarding the move. Turns out Jess got her NH Moose Plates in the mail so they will be waiting for me to install on her when I get back in a few weeks. I then turned my attention to the second BN NW2 and it's decoder. I've done at least three or four Kato NW2 decoder installs and each and every one of them has been beyond easy. Not sure what happened but despite being as careful as I always am, pressed a bit too hard and "SNAP"! the decoder broke in half. Oh RATS! Not a good weekend for DCC. I ended up stealing the decoder from my Burlington NW2 since we wont be using it this weekend and then proceeded to program both BN locos as well as break them in. Looks like the last three days leading up to Galesburg will be busy! So how about you? What did you get done? I hope it wasn't as expensive as mine. Let us know. We'll be back here on Friday the 23rd to start the process all over again. A quick programming note: I will be posting from Galesburg Illinois once again so please bear with me as I may have limited internet capability and distractions.....mainly TRAINS. one way or another, I'm hopping to get next weekend started. Until then, have a great week, stay safe and as always... High Greens!