Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a great weekend and got a lot done. Let's begin. Saturday: Well, even though I was able to leave work early, I still did not get an early start on the layout. Regardless, Ang and I did enjoy a nice meal out at one of our favorite establishments. Saturday I started on finally getting the train shop organized. It was a great feeling to have things put away. At 1:00pm, my local NMRA chapter had a Zoom meeting so I attended that then went back to work on the layout. I glued on some fascia and finished up the organization of the work shop. By later that night, I was disappointed to see that the fascia was warped so off it came and I called it a night. Sunday: Was just as bitter cold as they had reported. I spent the morning sanding the area where I had to take of the fascia and after hours of sanding, it was ready once again. This time I used glue and #4 wood screws to attach the fascia without warping. The screws are counter sunk so they can be mudded and sanded smooth later. With that done, I filled in the gaps on top and sanded some more. I took a break at one point and watched a Facebook Live presentation of RR slides from the gentleman who used to run the Galesburg RR Days model train show. Unfortunately, he passed away last year but his slides were saved and shown through a local RR Club. It was interesting to see the area as it was 40 years ago. By evening I had all the fascia and the top smoothed out and ready for brown paint but Angela had prepared a home made meatloaf with mashed potatoes, and mushroom gravy for my Valentines gift so the layout was put on hold for next weekend. All in all, a good weekend. So how about you? What did you get done this past weekend? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday the 19th to start the process all over again. Until then, everyone have a great week, stay safe, stay healthy and as always... High Greens!