Welcome back! I hope everyone had a good weekend and that you got a lot done. On my walk this morning, I bumped into a gentleman who was packing up his Hi-Rail truck. What was interesting about this new F-350 Hi-Rail was the logo on the door. The truck was white but it had a McGinnis logo and clearly stated in bold blue letters; BOSTON AND MAINE. Course this peeked my curiosity and he went on to tell me that a short line company ended up buying the Pan Am line and had separated the two former roads back to the original B&M and MEC. He also told me they were re-laying track in both Concord and Boscawen in plans to open a freight terminal. That is GREAT NEWS!!!!! Saturday: I was able to get up early and get all my domestic chores done as well as pick up supplies for the City Job. Sunday: Was a much busier day, spent with organizing and cleaning the layout. I started using the weathering powders on the brick office building for Butler and was immediately impressed. I finished the day by running a quick operations test with my B&M #1715 GP9 as a guest. That old Atlas really runs well. So how about you? What did you get done this past weekend? Let us know. We'll assemble once again on Friday the 5th to start the process all over again. Until then, have a great week, stay safe and for today regarding my story about the B&M... APRIL FOOLS! One could only wish! High Greens!