Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a great weekend and for those who celebrate it, a great Easter. Let's get started. Friday: While cold, the high only got to 53 for a mere 20 minutes, the day was a success. Most of Illinois is open so the usually haunts and eating places were open and things almost felt normal. I was able to catch a few pieces of cool equipment such as a few former Super Fleet Dash 9's still in the red and silver and a former Q waycar on display in Williamsfield. We finished the day with our usual in Galesburg, fried tacos and frosty beverages. It was a good time and I hope to do it again before Galesburg RR Days. Saturday: Since I got home at midnight the night before, I slept in a bit but was soon moving about. Someone turned on the warm weather and so I decided to head to my not so local hobby shop. I picked up three frog juicers for the HO layout as well as some metal wheel sets for some older HO kits I plan to build. I was then shown some N scale models that were of interest to me, an older Atlas GP7 in Maine Central and a Bachmann Spektrum B&M steam locomotive. The roads and price were right so they went home with me. I spent the rest of the day getting tractor supplies and having a nice dinner with Angela. Easter Sunday: While Ang had most of the lunch cooking, I tackled the tractor for it's annual. This meant, oil and filter change, spark plug and general cleaning. We had the kids and grand child over and enjoyed the grand daughters first Easter Egg hunt then settled in for a wonderful meal. After everyone left, I finished up the tractor then changed the oil and filter on the Harley. I still have more to do on the bike and tractor but it was a good start to getting maintenance done. All in all, a great weekend. So how about you? What did you accomplish this Easter weekend? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday the 9th to do it all over again. Until then, have a great week, be safe and stay healthy and as always... High Greens!