Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a productive weekend and for those members on the East Coast, I hope the weather wasn't too risky for you. Saturday: The weather here in East Central Illinois was perfect. Sunny, cool(er) and not humid. I got up early to get the grocery shopping done, ate lunch and jumped on the Harley to go to my "not so local hobby shop". I picked the brain of the owner who is our local FreeMo guru and got some more ideas on construction of my modules. I believe I have the track plan designed, based on a segment of track in Manchester New Hampshire, so now I need to start working on the modules. After some much needed information, I headed home and enjoyed a nice ride through the country. Sunday: The weather was rainy, however I was able to get a lot done. In between rain showers, I painted the new track on the second module on the B&M layout then finished wiring. Once that was done, I installed a Tam Valley servo turnout control to one of my new turnouts and tested everything. With the track cleaned, my primary switcher, GP-9 B&M 1715, ran flawlessly. Now I just need to install two more turnout controls and start working on a switch panel. So how about you? What did you accomplish? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday the 13th. Until then, have a great week, stay safe and as always... High Greens!