Good morning, good evening, wherever you may be. Welcome back everyone to a special, long weekend and unofficial end of summer. Lets see what everyone has planned. Saturday: I actually get to start my weekend a bit early as I'm working half a day because I'm working Saturday. No, I'm not working at the dealership again. Let's just say it will be cool to see What's Neat this Week in Model Railroading ;-). I'm hopeful to get the last of the garage work done today so I can start my new module project on Saturday. I will work on that most of the day on Saturday before heading down to St. Louis for work later that night. Sunday: My trip to St. Louis will have me out late with a return time of early Sunday morning so if the dogs let me, I'll sleep in. I then hope to make Ang and I some homemade biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Yes I'm a New Englander, but according to the locals, my biscuits and gravy are pretty darn good and it's my favorite breakfast. I'm considering taking a break and giving Ang and I a needed break from work, house work and yard work by taking her and the Mustang out to visit a friend and maybe, just maybe, sneak in a little railfanning. Monday: This is the day I want to work on the B&M layout. I'm undecided as to spending the day putting up the other brackets in the room for the rest of the layout or to rip up all the old track. Logically, since I do not have all the track and a track plan nailed down yet, I should work on the brackets and the shadow boxes as this will allow me to properly finish my office / work area. We'll see. So how about you? What do you have on you to-do lists for this long weekend? I'm sure it will be filled with other things besides trains but that's okay. Let us know. We'll assemble again here on Tuesday the 8th to see how we have all done. Until then, have a great weekend, be safe, stay healthy and as always... Happy Labor Day! & High Greens!