Welcome back everyone, I hope you all had a great weekend and managed to get a lot done off your model railroading list. Thanks to everyone for the continued support, prayers and well wishes for my father. While he did not come home this weekend, he has made some considerable improvements. Let's get started. Saturday: After a busy week, I got to sleep in and enjoy a hot cup of coffee. I got cleaned up and left to go look at a Ford Ranger that looked like a possible good work truck. Closer inspection ruled this out as rust was everywhere on it, not uncommon for a NH vehicle. From there I went to Concord to help the guys get set up for Sunday's show. There wasn't much for me to do as the club was already running trains so after visiting for an hour I made the one hour trip up north to visit with my dad at the hospital. He was feeling better and I ended up visiting with him for close to six hours. By the time I got home, the sun had set and it was time for bed. Sunday: Was up and greeted with sunshine, something we haven't seen much in NH this summer. I quickly got cleaned up and dressed and went down to Concord to the show. I spent the day walking around and enjoyed a lot of the modular clubs set ups. Here is one of our members HO scale modules built by Joe that depicts Contoocook NH. Most of everything you see here still exists with the exception of the Concord & Claremont line that B&M took out in the early 1960s. These N scale modules are from a small club in the Lebanon NH area. They are constructing the B&M Northern line as it runs through Canaan, Lebanon and White River Junction. I really liked their module construction as the are mainly on wheels and can simply roll into their vehicle and back to their club where they are set up again and used as the club layout. I talked with a member for a bit and plan to check them out at some point. The B&M Historical society was there so I purchased more books for my collection and had the opportunity to have one signed by the author. Other cool finds was a new B&M HO scale caboose and a special Irv Athearn covered hopper kit from the early 1990s. Soon it was time to pack up and I stayed to help the club clean up the arena. With, modules, tables and chairs put away, we called it a night at 5:30. We had our best show in recent history with over 600 tables sold for vendors and 1,000 people coming to the event. All in all a great show for the club. Maybe next year I'll bring my layout. So how about you? What did you accomplish this weekend? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday the 25th to start the process all over again. Until then, have a great week, be safe and as always... High Greens!