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  • #16
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    Originally posted by Dutchman



    George,

    Not to worry, we have plenty of time on the rolling stock challenge. (Spoken like a true procrastinator.)


    Bruce,

    Maybe we need a Procrastinators topic, where we can describe what we plan to build and how great it's going to look when we get around to doing it.

    George
    "Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect." Captain A. G. Lamplugh

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    • #17
      Good morning, JR and all you lads.

      It's nice outside, sunny and calm. -6 right now but supposed to go to +1 this afternoon. The dog is on patrol. [:-doggy]

      Russ, Thank you for the under car drawings. Those will help a lot. I hope your feeling better sooner than later. Yikes! That wall paper is expensive!

      I'm sitting here looking at those cute tots and the thought occurs to me that it is my turn soon. My sons are 19 and 21, so they are of the age these days.

      Now I'm on to the sides and roof of me box car challenge, and it looks easy compared to brake details. :crazy:

      Keep a good thought in yer head.

      Christopher [:-clown]
      Clowning around with trains.



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      • #18
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        Originally posted by George D


        Maybe we need a Procrastinators topic, where we can describe what we plan to build and how great it's going to look when we get around to doing it.



        I DEFINITELYid="Comic Sans MS">id="size4">id="red"> would be interested in participating in the procrastinator's thread, but not right nowid="blue">.id="Arial Black">id="size1"> [:-sleep]

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        • #19
          Good morning everyone,

          Russ I hope they get things figured out for you soon. Test are no fun.

          U of M huh.....why not Purdue?

          Mike C, there is a heartbreaker for sure. My youngest grandchild is a boy at 13 months, just walking, what a way to wear Papa out.

          On another note the RMC you have should have a feature of a KC railroader. I have been to his layout and I can tell you the pictures are good but they do not do justice to this industry pennisulla he created. Mac is a great guy and good modeler.

          Weekend plans....my last son who graduated from PURDUE at xmas has landed a good job and is moving this weekend. He is only 80+ miles away but for the first time Julie and I will be empty nesters, officially.

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          • #20
            Mike,

            Se is one cute 10 mo. old!

            Want to introduce her to an older man?



            This is our youngest grandchild. He'll be 2 in a few months.
            Bruce

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            • #21
              Last, but not least, is the guy from the RIMid="blue">!

              Goooood Mighty Morning to JRid="blue"> and to the Rest of the Crewid="blue">,

              We are having one spectacular burst of sunshine here; thar's nothing like it to peak one's spirit for the day. [:-pirate] :up:

              I've placed a special order with Blair Line for some longer bents as I prepare to finish Nemesis curve/hill on my layout.

              LESSEE, . .OK! OK! I'VE GOT IT!id="green"> This is braggin' day and everyone has their wallets out to share pictures of the grandkidos. Since this one just arrived last night, and Karlid="blue"> is a talkin' ones, here's what I call,


              EXTRA! EXTRA! QUINN CHANGES TO QUINCE!id="orange">

              and the caption:

              Yes, it's true! Quinn has changed his name to Quince while proving that Italian dishes look better on the high-chair and the floor, not to mention his puss. I have to admit, it really looks good! Could you spare a small smackeral, Quinn?

              id="orange">
              This is our youngest grandson, Quinn, who resides several blocks from Rick in New Jersey.
              <font size="4"><font face="Comic Sans MS"><font color="blue">Allen</font id="blue"></font id="Comic Sans MS"></font id="size4"> []<br /><br><b><font face="Comic Sans MS"><font size="3"><i>Modeling the East in the West on the <font color="green">Northeastern</font id="green"> <font color="blue">Pacific RIM</font id="blue">, <font color="green">Oregon</font id="green">, that is!</i></font id="size3"></font id="Comic Sans MS"></b>

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              • #22
                Especially if thar's a cuppa coffee in it! id="red">id="size3">id="Comic Sans MS">[:-pirate]

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                Originally posted by hudsonelectric


                . . .I DEFINITELYid="Comic Sans MS">id="size4">id="red"> would be interested in participating in the procrastinator's thread, but not right nowid="blue">.id="Arial Black">id="size1"> [:-sleep]


                <font size="4"><font face="Comic Sans MS"><font color="blue">Allen</font id="blue"></font id="Comic Sans MS"></font id="size4"> []<br /><br><b><font face="Comic Sans MS"><font size="3"><i>Modeling the East in the West on the <font color="green">Northeastern</font id="green"> <font color="blue">Pacific RIM</font id="blue">, <font color="green">Oregon</font id="green">, that is!</i></font id="size3"></font id="Comic Sans MS"></b>

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                • #23
                  I want some of Quinn's pasta!!!

                  Cigar Mike, the stepson's boy in K'zoo, named BRAYLON, as in Edwards, is already brainwashed enough with that blue and corn colored stuff.

                  Mike C., great looking little gal! Bruce, that is a fine looking young man, too, looks like he is into horse power already!
                  Karl Scribner-Curmudgeon

                  Cedar Swamp
                  SW of Manistique, MI

                  Avatar image by Savannah Lyn Burgess 7-15-2022

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