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||Posted - 02/22/2010 : 01:05:04 AM
After a fantastic week in general, I got home from work on Friday lunch time ready for the weekend and there it was, a parcel frome Brett. The icing on the cake.
I've read the manual but havent unpacked anything else yet as I have been finishing off a couple of other projects on the modeling bench, but now the desk is cleared and it's time to 'dig-in'.
If anyone else has this kit sitting on a shelf.... get it down and join in.
As always on my builds all comments are welcomed, , help, advice, constructive critisisms, opinions and discussion.
I'm looking forward to another great kit and another fun build, judging from the manual.
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||Posted - 01/11/2021 : 10:38:04 AM
Wow. Very impressive.
||Posted - 01/11/2021 : 10:25:40 AM
Roofs just placed on, and not 100% yet, good enough for now. Some scary close ups with a few things to fix.
||Posted - 01/10/2021 : 10:00:28 PM
Thank you my friend,
I have a few more old projects I want to finish before I let myself start anything new.
But yes there will hopefully be more new work to be seen in these old projects.
||Posted - 01/10/2021 : 9:47:58 PM
Well now that your getting all caught up with the old projects.
I'm sure we will see some new working coming from you!
Beautiful work Karl.
||Posted - 01/10/2021 : 3:06:56 PM
||Posted - 07/16/2011 : 9:09:18 PM
Outstanding Joe! You did an excellent job. Well Deserved!
||Posted - 07/15/2011 : 11:43:18 AM
There's nothing like positive recognition from those who have fought the same battles.
||Posted - 07/15/2011 : 11:20:40 AM
Thank you all for your continued support and kind words. The forum was a big part of this build and hopefully will continue through the entire sawmill module construction.
I take a little break from modeling during the summer months. Plenty of train shows however. This weekend is the GTE-San Jose show where we are setting up modules.
Next on my build list is the O-scale 10 piece sawmill machinery kit from SierraWest. I have it in hand and it looks like it should be fun.
Have a great summer and we'll probably get back at it shortly after Labor Day if not sooner.
Regards, Joe in Morgan Hill, CA CCCModOn30
||Posted - 07/15/2011 : 10:10:07 AM
Congrats Joe! I hope the tall stack survived transport.
||Posted - 07/14/2011 : 07:50:06 AM
||Posted - 07/14/2011 : 05:11:38 AM
Congrats for the great job and award winning, Joe.
||Posted - 07/13/2011 : 9:29:59 PM
||Posted - 07/13/2011 : 8:56:44 PM
Fantastic news Joe, it was a very enjoyable and informative build to follow.
Thanks for sharing your progress and a very well deserved "congratulations!!" for your achievement.
||Posted - 07/13/2011 : 5:48:24 PM
||Posted - 07/13/2011 : 3:45:56 PM
You earned it Joe... Congratulations and well done. Also, thank you for taking us on the wonderful ride as you created this show piece.