Welcome back everyone. I hope you had a good weekend and got a lot done. Let's dive in. Friday: With the day off, I enjoyed sleeping in and enjoying coffee while looking over my purchases I got while at the Amherst show. I was pretty lazy that day, mainly spending it on the sofa with the wife and talking as she too was tired. That should have been my first sign. We went out for dinner but that was about it. Saturday: Somehow the dogs allowed us to sleep in until 8:00am which is very, very rare. I did not sleep well and felt a little off, but coffee soon fixed that. After coffee and getting ready, we left for Angela's dads. Once there I took care of the Mustang by hooking up the battery tender, then removed the carb from the Falcon. We chatted about the other mechanical goals before spring then picked up Grandma for an early dinner. Once home, I felt even more tired, so I relaxed on the sofa and went to bed early. Sunday: Well, it was bound to happen. It usually does when I get back from a show and it happened to everyone else who was with us at Amherst, the dreaded "creeping crud." So, another slow morning and drinking plenty of tea. I called my dad and had a three-hour long conversation with him. I then went upstairs to work on the layout. I was able to get the rest of the DCC line soldered up on one module and started wiring up the two switch machines. After hooking up one machine, I spent an hour fine tuning it and by now it was 6:00pm and since I was so tired, I cleaned up and had dinner then off early for bed. Hopefully I'll be better by next weekend. So how about you? How was your first weekend of February? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday the 9th to start the process all over again. Until then, have a good week, stay safe and as always... High Greens!