The morning forecast told of more stormy weather headed my way around noonish, so I grabbed my gear and jumped in the truck hoping I could catch up with #773 before the floods came again.
Shortly after grabbing my morning foamer snacks at the local Quicky Mart, I heard'em calling out track warrants for work in Haskell! Just as I got set up I seen a headlight peeking around the curve as they reached the North end of Haskell siding, perfect timing.
Todays power consisted of three old Warhorses: two GP18's - #1351 & #1346 and F7 #120.
I took a bit of a break from scenery and got the tracks cleaned up and decided to run a few trains to see how well things worked. While I was at it I figured it would be a good time to shoot a video and play around with the new editing software I picked up a while back.
After getting a new computer built last December and installing Win10 I realized much to my dismay that MS had decided not to include their Movie Maker program with this version of Windows. So I did a little research and picked up the Power Director 17 software. So far it works better than Movie Maker.