@Arnold D. Cribari posted:
Dave, one of the best things about the hobby we love is that we are immune from getting down because of bad weather. It's always a great day in our basements and attics and all the other places inside our homes where our trains and layouts are.
And when the weather is nice outside, then we can venture out, play golf, play other sports, go on hikes, and do whatever else we love to do outside, which can include for some of us (not me) our garden railways. Arnold
The old house I currently live in has an attic and basement that are not train friendly and would cost tons to get even close to being so. I am trying to get the back bedroom cleared to work on building an around the wall layout in there but have very limited time during the week and this weekend was busy on Saturday as we had a roofing company come out to discuss putting on a new roof.
With all that I got tired the rest of the day. Yesterday the weather just knocked me out. I can take the PRR Atlantic for a spin around the Christmas tree layout but was just out of it. When I get time I will get the Royal Hudson out for a bit of testing to see how it sounds before contacting Alex M about upgrading. Slow and steady wins the race they say, that's my aim.