Welcome back fellow modelers of all things railroad. It's time to discuss what you got a accomplished over the weekend. Saturday: I started my weekend off with our NMRA quarterly meeting, held in Newington NH. I had great weather and a beautiful drive to the south east side of the Granite state. The meeting had three great presentations including "How to scratch build a locomotive", an introduction to LCC and finally a slide presentation of 1950's and 60's Midwest railroading. Guess what city would pop up every few pictures? Yup, good ole Galesburg Illinois! After the meeting, there was a layout tour of two layouts, one of which was N. Well, I went to the N scale layout and was blown away. John, the layout owner, built a fantastic 3 level N scale layout of 1970's Maine, featuring the BAR and MEC. The code 55 track, scratch built structures and scenery were some of the best I've seen. Naturally all four N scale NMRA members hit it off and encouraged me to stay in N and keep the City Job. It was a great day. Sunday: I only partly got a chance to play with the City Job. With the Dartmouth show this coming weekend, I'm busy building switchlists and organizing items for Saturday afternoons set up. So how about you? What did you get done over the weekend? Let us know! We'll do it again, starting Friday the 12th. Until then, have a great week, keep it safe and as always... High Greens!