It's always a bonus when you can get out of work early and chase a train for good measure, but a third element of special comes when the weather brightens up and cooperates with you in time! Grabbing the gear and heading for Searsport, Maine, I found Central Maine & Quebec performing its final moves at GAC before heading back home toward Hermon. The "CIT" leaser twins were together at last, and it was the closest thing to a matched set we've had down other than the ex-BNSF B23-7s. Concluding my pursuit this afternoon of March 9, 2020, I stopped in at Stream Road in Winterport. Chunks of ice were still prevalent in Marsh Stream from colder days, but temps were close to 55 with no wind at that moment. The sun had returned fully as 3809 and 414 rolled out onto the bridge with their short train. Blue was king this afternoon, and I had less than ten minutes of drive time to get home.