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    Good morning crew

    Coffee is on and water for the tea lovers.

    We have homemade Waffles this morning with sides of bacon & sausage. Vermont Maple Syrup and butter.

    Also we have the usual muffins and breads for those on a diet (Walt) with some Fresh Fruit.

    Weather in the South Jersey area this am sunny for change and going into the high 70's.

    Been busy with company the last two weeks so no bench time.

    Hopefully that will change this week.

    Everyone have a great day!!!

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

  • #2
    Morning Jerry and the rest of the RR-L Crew. Sunny and bright here right now but they are predicting sever weather in the area for the day. We'll see what comes. It was in the mid 80's yesterday.

    I'll go with my usual tea and toast or bread & water which ever way you look at it.

    I've been working at night on a new website for my photography sales. Having issues getting the database converted properly. It works 99% of the time. [}] Problem is in the Keys on some tables and SQL Express 2008 isn't as easy to work with as plain old SQL 2000 was. Oh well, back to the drawing board.

    Everyone have a FUN and SAFE day in the TRAIN YARD.


    • #3
      Good morning Jerry, Walt and crew I went be the lounge not going to eat then I saw the waffles and syrup and was hooked hope you have some orange juice. I think Walt has been talking to our weather man same weather later on today. Mid week and Lucy's going nuts getting ready for her show and all I can do is help now and then. Got to get into the basement so I check in later. Tom


      • #4
        Mornin' all!

        Thick fog here in the northern mitten is gradually beginning to burn off. I can barely see the driveway, let alone the road, but the WW are advertising visibilities to two miles in "Haze." This is Fog, not "haze!"

        Glacial progress last night, including a couple of turnout installations (wiring yet to come), and more infrastructure carpentry. I'm tired of infrastructure carpentry! [:-irked]

        Thanks for the feed, Jerry! Waffles and accoutrements sound good right now, then it's back to work....


        in Michigan


        • #5
          Waffles sound good. No fog in lower Michigan, but light drizzle at times with the forecast of storms, some possibly severe for later in the day.

          Pete, the progress sounds good. I'm still waiting for my turnout 'kits' to arrive, I was notified they were shipped.

          No news here, tiny progress on layout recently but it's been a few days as we were out of town for 5 days and still recovering from motel beds.

          Everyone have a good day.

          BE SAFE!!
          Karl Scribner-Curmudgeon

          Cedar Swamp
          SW of Manistique, MI

          Avatar image by Savannah Lyn Burgess 7-15-2022


          • #6
            Mornin' kids!

            Thanks for the chow. I need the coffee this morning too.

            Yes, the S. Jersey weather was nice this morning. I generally take a walk around my yard before getting in my car to head to work and my sneaks didn't get too wet. I have some flowers blooming in the front (other then weeds) and some pumpkin vines spreading out back where I tossed last years fall decorations. The squirrels are loving the mulberry tree right now and my untended grape vine has tiny little grapes growing. Very pleasant.

            I did some modeling last night. I was working on the sidewalk in front of the Crab building. I haven't posted anything on that thread yet though. Some time later today hopefully.

            Catch ya'll later!

            Have a great day!

            Joe id="maroon">

            In that day,’ says the Lord of hosts, ‘Everyone will invite his neighbor under his vine and under his fig tree.’ Zech 3:10id="blue">


            • #7
              Morning. thanks for the waffles Jerry.

              I stopped by earlier and grabbed a quick bite and now I can get back for a minute or two.

              Going to head down to the Cape for a quick trip to Hyannis to pick up a lawnmower part. When Sears closed most of their repair and parts centers they didn't care how far someone had to go to get parts.[:-censored]

              Should be a nice drive though.

              Dave Mason


              • #8
                Good afternoon crew. It is a bright sunny afternoon here in southern Ontario but rain focasted for tomorrow. This evening I will be working on my trestle bents and maybe even try to clean up the train room. Have a great afternoon.
                Chuck Faist

                Burlington, Ontario

                Enjoy yourself it is later than you think!