Well, I am going through a major life changing event in my life, after 16 years of marriage, my wife and I have grown apart and we are separated, and planning to file for divorce. She is moving out soon, and after my hectic work schedule for the week of Thanksgiving, I will be making big changes in the house. Up first is my loft, there is a pair of walls that are L shaped without any windows, one is 13'3" and the other is 12'6". These walls (and the rest of the loft) will be repainted and the Playa Desnuda Branch will be brought inside of the house, and I plan to add a valance with lighting above it. I also have been in negotiations with my 15 year old kid, she will be painting the backdrop...the eventual plan is to run to downtown Laguna Borracho, a town with a loop for the Southern Pacific and street running for the Pacific Electric interurbans and city cars on the other wall. But to keep me busy, I have another layout in the beginning stage...Arroyo Tortuga! For many years, I have wanted to build a small, classic roundy round layout, and now, I have the switches on order. I have decided to build an N Scale version of the Turtle Creek, down to the ultra tight, nine inch radius radius PECO switches, and tight turns. The layout is going to be a Pacific Electric line, and will be a DPM kitbash dream, including a curved warehouse similar to the Davies Warehouse in the Rat Hole. I have tracked down an old Western Railcraft Pacific Electric steeple cab that I will power with a Tomix chassis for the power unit.