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  • Wow, It has ben a long time. Progress from the stroke came to a halt a few months ago. Very dizzy most of the time and my left hand seems to have a mind of it's own, but I have been able to modeling by picking up on the critter shed from 6 months ago. At that time I said I wanted to put more details on the outside where they could be seen so here is another picture of where I am at. Click image for larger version

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    • Very impressive! I particularly like the detail right down to the 55 gal. drum with whatever it is sticking out.


      • Wow so good to see you back at the bench again.

        And I might add some impressive detail work.

        Roland so glad your feeling better.

        "And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." A. Lincoln


        • Roland,
          I am also glad you're feeling better and modeling again.
          Nice detailing as usual!



          • Roland, I'm very happy to see you posting again and that you're doing some modeling.
            Your modeling and detailing looks as good as ever.
            I hope you are able to get back to 100% health soon.
            Follow along as my dog and I travel the country in our van.
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            • Hi Roland, glad to see you posting, great modeling as usual. I wish you a speedy recovery.


              • Roland I can only echo what the others have already said. It's so nice to see you
                modeling again but take your time and don't overdue. One thing's for sure your
                detail work is as good as ever!!!!!!
                Owner, General Manager, and all around "chief cook and bottle washer" of the Caz Coal-and-Wood Railroad


                • The added details just keep getting better all the time. Very nice scene on the outside area.
                  Where does the large circular saw blade come from? Is it bought, or hand made?

                  Louis L&R Western Railroad
                  Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast


                  • Thank you all for the comments on my modeling and encouraging works about my health.

                    Rick, I hope you have fun traveling. Sounds like a great retirement plan.

                    I don't remember where the saw blade came from. It has been in my junk pile for years. I did get some from Sierra West when I ordered the sawmill machinery.



                  • Looking great Roland and glad your doing better!

                    The blade may be Echo Mountain? Keith Wiseman owns it now. Might give him a call Lou.
                    Keith Wiseman
                    Wiseman Model Services
                    898 Blacks Cross Road
                    Paris, KY 40361