Am playing around with posting from my I phone, which is where the recent photos are. One major project I undertook was a Campbell's cigar store kit I bought in the 70's, started, and then put up, because I did not like the materials. I took it to the lake for a number of weekends, used the kit's cardboard walls as templates, and reproduced them in bass wood. I covered the bass wood on the outside with diagonal sheathing done from cedar veneer, and on the inside with vertical planking. I did not like the kits paper shingles, so I made my own. I also replaced the kits floor, and roof, so the only actual kit parts used are the corner posts, windows, and some trim . I will probably do an interior, so I will need to scratch some open doors to show it off. I sawed out a rock formation to allow better building placement in the Gizzard proper, as opposed to Biscuit rock, which would be on the wrong side of the tracks, were the RR not so convoluted in the Gizzard that the entire vicinity is on the wrong side of the tracks. I'm having a lot of fun with the Gizzard . The school year is almost over. My RR plan is to work like crazy on the messiest part of the scenery on the top level of the central peninsula, hoping to get it to where trains could run there. Then I could clean up the mid level , and have a large operating RR again, even before the Southern staging, and lower level are done. I should be able to build them without disrupting operations on the upper reaches of the RR.