Chloe, when time permits would you draw me a double RBF, please and thanks.
We had a good trip from Home to Springfield (3 days, no pressure ) then went to Memphis for 3 days as we had not been there before. Took in all the Elvis stuff, Graceland etc. and several of their more famous BBQ joints, then back to Springfield as today was my Son's Convocation for his Masters in Psychology. Very impressive Ceremony and a great and funny Speaker. Steak BBQ tonight with C on C and sweet potato fries.
Doesn't look like I'll get to visit with Cape Jim or Garry and that is sad to me, I was hoping to work that in but now we have a week booked in Branson for all four of us.
Terry, glad to hear that your Son is homeward bound from that sand pit. Hope you have a great reunion soon.
Garry, glad your holiday went well and you are back home safe and sound.
Jeff, I can sympathize with you as one of the last things I did before leaving home was to have placed something on the layout that shouldn't have been there and knock an A-B set of orange (WP) FT-7s to the concrete along with about four freight cars. Lots of damage, sure hope it is all repairable. I really hate it when steps get broken off. I have not come up with a great way of replacing them to my satisfaction.
Well my Son is firing up the fire-pit, so I should go out there for a while, but will hit the hay soon as I have had to many late nights and early mornings this last week. This next week will be much more laid back.
Glad to hear Ulrich more upbeat and I hope he finds success in his new en devour.
There is some great work being done by you guys, by the way has anyone heard from Sue lately? Sure hope she and Larry are well.
J.R., Hope that pile up wasn't on your door step. Sure some awful things happening lately.
Prayers and Blessings to all in need.
Keep smiling Gang it sure looks good on ya.
Johnboy out..............................for now.... and soon like a light