Welcome back everyone. I hope you all had a good, extended weekend and got to enjoy some down time and layout time. Let's see how we did. Saturday: Was the big Sweetcorn festival in my wife's hometown. We got going a bit late but got a great spot next to her dad and his car. There were over 100 cars there this year and a lot to look at. I think my favorite was the 1959 Mercury in turquois and white. We got our fill of fair food and sweetcorn then headed back home after the car show ended. We finished the night at a wedding reception for some close friends. Sunday: Blame it on the weather, which was dark and rainy. We didn't manage to get up until 7:00am. I took Angela out for breakfast and antique hunting at one of the local antique malls. We got home by 1:00pm and we just relaxed with the dogs. Not sure why we were so tired, but I got nothing done. Labor Day: The plan was to have Angela's dad and some friends over for a cookout, but my buddy's wife had a rough night with some health issues and so it would just be the three of us. I wanted to finish the valance project, so I set out getting the lights installed as well as trimming and installing the hardboard. These small LED lights were just the ticket and they fit nicely. And now the fascia. I'm using 1/8-inch hardboard cut 6-inches deep. I borrowed an idea I learned from the YouTube channel Boomerdiorama, and cut all my edges at a 45-degree angle which certainly makes for a better seam. And finally with all the LED lights on. I still need to route my wiring and fill in screw holes in the fascia in prep for painting. I may hold off on painting for a cooler day so I can open the windows. I can now start building modules but that will have to wait until October. In between this progress we had a cookout where I cooked hamburgers, bacon and corn on the cob on the grill and we enjoyed an end of summer feast. The sun came out during our cookout, and it was nice to relax before getting back to work. So how about you? What did you do over the three-day weekend? Let us know. We return to a regular schedule on Friday the 9th to start the process all over again. Until then, have a great week, be safe and stay healthy and as always... High Greens!