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    Today it's HOT hump day going to 92 later already 83 in Cleveland so coffee is on and I made some Ice Coffee in the fridge with creamer flavors if you want. Just sweet rolls and donuts (don't want to heat up the lounge. Another car show tonight if the wax doesn't melt I'll be there with my son and grandson, Lucy's going to show up later. Have to water the grass out back of the lounge it's turning to straw. Have a good day and stay cool. Tom

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    Good morning Tom and the rest of the crew. I was outside early doing some yard work, trying to beat the heat. The humidity is way up there, so I am taking a short break before heading out again. By noon I will quit for the day.

    Other than some reading, checking out the Forum, and some work for the GSD, model railroading is still on the back burner.

    Have a great day.


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      Bruce, sorry to here your layout is on the back burner I like looking at your layout. Tom


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        Walt's on the winding narrow roads in New England so I hope he drives carefully or else lets Mary drive.

        Another hot day here but it's better than snow.

        Dave Mason


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          Hot in MI today, too. Yesterday's 93 is bound for a repeat today. Taking care of payday chores today to have that out of the way. Tomorrow I am having a supposedly minor procedure done on my right ear in an effort to ease the effects of my meniere's. Just what I need, another hole in my head.

          Bruce and all, take it easy out in the heat. We went to the edge of overdoing it yesterday.

          BE SAFE!!
          Karl Scribner-Curmudgeon

          Cedar Swamp
          SW of Manistique, MI

          Avatar image by Savannah Lyn Burgess 7-15-2022


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            Good evening RR-L Crew. We made it to Bar Harbor about 4:10 PM and our hotel room has working AC. Just drove in to Bar Harbor itself and had dinner of Fish & chips. What a long drive and , yes Dave, it was a long winding tedious route on US-1 up here. A lot of 25-35 MPH areas and stoplights at each little burg. There are a LOT of little burgs on US-1. Saw some real interesting buildings on the way and was able to get a few shots of at least one of them. It's very commercialized here on the island and the National Park doesn't really cover but maybe 15% of the land. We'll go in there tomorrow as Mary has a pass that lets her and anyone with her, could be a bus of 50 people, get in to any national park FREE. They gave it to her free when were out west about 10 years ago. Good money saver for old people.

            Everyone have a FUN and COOL evening in the Train Yard.