Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a great weekend and accomplished much. Let's get started. Friday: I was able to leave work early and work on the NTrak module, mainly apply another coat of poly on the fascia. Saturday: Mainly spent working on the bus lines for all three mains. I was in hopes it would not take long but my method does. Measure, measure again, cut, install the Anderson Power Pole connectors then rather than use a suitcase connector, I carefully cut a gap in the bus insulation, place a dog leg in the feeder, wrap said feeder around the bus line, solder then slip on shrink wrap tubing. It takes longer than suitcase connectors, but I have had better success in soldering. I also applied the last poly coat to the fascia. I tested all my lines with a pass on each line and ran out of day. Sunday: As predicted, I got up early and Ang and I headed to her dads to get the cars. The car show was bigger this year and after registration and breakfast, we walked around admiring some very nice cars. A nice mix of stock restorations, 1960's style customs, or is it Kustoms? Trucks and Jeeps filled in the gaps. The pony cars are still the most popular with Camaros, Trans Ams and Mustangs from all eras. After the show Angela took her dad and I out for a nice Father's Day late lunch / early dinner. Once home, I worked on the dreaded ballast affair. The Code 80 track takes a lot of ballast, and I was not happy with my work but by 9:30 I was done. This morning I see some touch up but for the most part the ballast is done. I'll apply some basic scenery and the skyboard tonight. So how about you? What did you get done this past weekend? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday the 24th to start the process all over again. Until then, to our friends recovering from recent surgery, keep on recovering, be safe, stay healthy and above all... High Greens!