Welcome back everyone! I hope you all had a fun and safe 4th of July long weekend. Let's see how we all did. Saturday: Was a busy day. We cleaned up the yard and and my fellow N scale buddy Steve came over to help me set up for that night's festivities. By 4:00, the yard was filling up with friends and family as we celebrated our Independence. Lots of tasty treats on the grill, cold beverages of every type, good music and the night was capped off with a fireworks show that according to our crowd, topped last year. A nice day! Sunday: We got a late start, but by noon, Angela, our dogs and my brother along with his pup in their truck, made the start for NH. A long 20 hour trip, but very little traffic and the pups did a great job travelling. We were treated to fireworks in three states as well. Monday: We arrived in NH at 8:30am and my Dad prepared a nice breakfast for us. We settled in, got some rest then started getting settled in. Big changes for both of us for the next few months as we transition. Fortunately, both Ang and I are blessed with a job that allows us to work remotely so that is one obstacle we don't have to face. In reading the thread on Friday, it seamed to have a theme of pick up trucks. Let me add to that theme. I have inherited my Grandfathers old pick up, a 1987 Ford F-150 XLT with very little rust and only about 30K miles. She was garage kept so my list of things to do are mainly normal. Replace the brake lines, new brakes, new tires and I will need to replace the floor boards in order to pass NH inspection. At 34 years old, she is considered an antique in NH but she will still be pressed into service as a truck and snowmobile hauler! So how about you? What did you get done this past weekend? Did you get a chance to celebrate with family and friends? Let us know. We're back on track and will get together again on Friday the 9th to start the process all over again. Until then, have a great week, stay safe, be healthy and as always... High Greens!