Just a short update since I have very little energy to spare. As you may recall, we were in the process of selling our house in Wickenburg and having a new one built for us, train room and all. Well, we finally moved into our new home here in Surprise, Arizona, about 40 miles closer to Phoenix than we were before. Selling our other house dragged on for over six months, and our “quick” closing turned into another six weeks wait after several delays, but we now only own one house and as of about a week ago, are 100% here. Both Peggy and I are beat, and we still have much to do before we are settled. So far, the only thing we found that got seriously damaged in the move is the cabinet I built for my layout. No big loss since I wasn’t that happy with it anyway. I now have a dedicated train room that connects to my den so I can have a more permanent layout. Both rooms are full of boxes right now and I predict it will be a good two months before I get everything done and back to working on the one I started a year ago. Unfortunately I had to stop working on it when we put the house on the market. The cabinet is toast, the layout survived intact. I’ve been lurking here just about every day, but haven’t been able to keep up with everything that’s going on since I keep my visits short. I haven’t posted here in over a month and don’t look forward to being active again for a while, but I will continue to visit anyway. I’m amazed and impressed with all the recent changes. New owner, new administrator, new moderators, new forums and a brand new look, wow, looking good. This is still the best forum on the net for trading information, getting help and for the people. Thank you Jon for keeping us all posted when the Gauge went down, and congrats to Paul and all the new moderators. I am looking forward to being more active here and on my layout. Ya know, if I had a BBQ like Val, and everyone that came unpacked a couple of boxes, then there’s those shelves we need built, and the lights we need to add and… well, with that kind of help I could be up an running trains a lot sooner.