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This should scare them off.


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I went to my Happy Place, but it was closed for renovations.
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Right there with you Ed! I'll see your "scary" and raise you "weekend scruffy"! Smile

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Ralph

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Here is me and my Dad. Pic taken by Deano :mrgreen:

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Jim

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I was checking to make sure that I had the links correctly posted in my sig. and found this on the LCMRR club page.
So, here be I:    
This is the Lake County Model Rail Road Club layout behind me, and the loco at my right elbow, is my Gem 2-4-4-2.
We always learn far more from our own mistakes, than we will ever learn from another's advice.
The greatest place to live life, is on the sharp leading edge of a learning curve.
Lead me not into temptation.....I can find it myself!
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I guess someone has to be not an old fart...

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Quote:I guess someone has to be not an old fart...

Puleese!, let's get something straight right off the bat! It's
Senior Executive Vice President of Biogas Technology. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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railohio Wrote:I guess someone has to be not an old fart...

Hey, who you callin a fart? Icon_lol
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Guess I'll give it a try.

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John

Any day I can run my O gauge trains or ride the full sized ones is a great day.
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#9
Speaking of old farts..............
"Never put off 'til tomorrow what you can avoid altogether."

Terry
"Labor Fellat"
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meaning:


   
"Never put off 'til tomorrow what you can avoid altogether."

Terry
"Labor Fellat"
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This was taken by Interurban a few years ago:
   
David
Moderato ma non troppo
Perth & Exeter Railway Company
Esquesing & Chinguacousy Radial Railway
In model railroading, there are between six and two hundred ways of performing a given task.
Most modellers can get two of them to work.
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#12
Not sure if I got the size right on this pic.

My office - and me - about 30 lbs. heavier than I am now, but still just as ugly.

This is my all purpose room in my outbuilding - it is 18' x 36'. It houses my radios, electronic repair bench and the train layout.

Disclaimer: I am not responsible for damage to monitors. This image may frighten children, so view at your own risk!


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w8jy Wrote:This is my all purpose room in my outbuilding - it is 18' x 36'. It houses my radios, electronic repair bench and the train layout.

That's quite a shack! Looks to be mostly HF stuff that I can pick out. What do you have for handheld and mobile rigs?
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The only pic i have of me...

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Here's mine taken this past August at the Hot August Nights car show in Reno, NV. I got a visit from the Monster Energy Drink girls while manning the museum's booth. Our track car was a HUGE hit with the motorheads, but the UP Mini-Train making an appearance at our booth made those motorheads go nuts! They all wanted us to run it in the cruise that night. Goldth


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