Welcome back everyone, I hope you all had a good weekend and maybe got some train stuff done. Let's get started. Saturday: Friday night I went to the big store and picked up a few examples of LED lighting I hopped would work for the valance project then enjoyed a nice meal with the wife. Saturday was work on the station wagon day. Turns out the leak was due to the dealership tech leaving off the drain plug gasket. We drained the oil, then removed all the wheels to perform a rotation and inspect the brakes. All but one brake passed inspection. The real driver side rotor had a bad and uneven wear, and all the signs showed a hung-up caliper. A year before the rotor had been ground and resurfaced and the caliper fixed but it was up to its old tricks again. So, parts run of new rotor, caliper set, and pads and we were off. I hate to think what the dealership would have charged to do such a simple job. In the end the oil change and brake work was easy but took all day. Sunday: I was pretty tired from the day before but got started with the valance. I first had Ang help me attach the new ceiling tile in place so it could set for the day. Next, I cut hardboard to fit the top of the frame, painted the inside white, installed two of the three LED light bars and installed the three-piece valance. I had just enough time to cut the front valance pieces and get the shop cleaned up, Mustang and bike put away before the rain came. It was too humid to paint the valance front, so I'll do the trim and painting next weekend. It doesn't look like much yet, but I hope after a week or so, the Valance will be wired, lighted and finished up. Then it will be a mad rush to get modules built before it gets too cold to work in the garage. So how about you? What did you get done this weekend? Let us know. We'll assemble again on Friday, September 2nd to do it all over again for the last hurrah of summer. Until then, have a great week, stay healthy, be safe and as always... High Greens!