With some to kill this afternoon, I jumped into the truck and headed south Ruston, LA. Earlier today I heard some chatter over the Squawk Box about a MOW train working it's way north from Alexandria, LA? The clouds have rolled in but I figured I give it a shot since it's been a few months since I've been trackside.
Not long after I got settled in near the Ruston crossing and cracking a lid on a cold Dew, I heard the familiar rumble in the distance. About 10 minutes later a headlight came into view!
I snagged a shot and quickly packed up the gear and headed North hoping to catch it again in DuBach. As luck would have it I was able to get some shots and keep ahead it all the way North to Haskell.
It was nothing to write home about, but at least I got something!
It's been three weeks or so since I stuck a fork in the kitchen project and getting the house back into order. I had some time to kill so this afternoon I descended to the laboratory to start getting the layout ready for the next operating session that I scheduled for Oct 8th.
Luckily I chose a Saturday night where the precious Huskers didn't have a game!
I still plan to do all the work on the layout that I listed on the previous post, but first we need to play a little...