Tuesday November 14, 2023

Started by ACL1504, November 14, 2023, 06:49:45 AM

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Morning all,

I'm off to get a hair cut and then stop by Ace Hardware for some stuff.

Pam and I have bowling at noon and then late lunch with friends.

Have a safe and healthy day ya'll.

"If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed."
Thomas Jefferson

Tom Langford

Jim Donovan

Our daughter and family went home this morning so back to modeling. Here is to a great day. My photo of the day is a canal boat used in 1900 on Miami Erie Canal in Ohio.

Holland & Odessa Railroad


Gregory P. DeMayo
General Construction Superintendent Emeritus
St. Louis & Denver Railroad
Longwood, FL


Good morning.  Jim, thanks for the photo to start the thread.  The canal boat looks great!

It is overcast, cold and windy here, though we dodged the light snow forecast for this morning.  Seems like a good day to model.  I'm late checking in, slept in this morning, not sure if it was because I got my flu vaccination yesterday, or if I'm just being lazy.

Hope everyone has a great day!

PRR Modeler

Good Morning All,

Glad to see the forum is back up online.

Jim nice job on the boat.

Craig thank you for all your work.

I hope everyone has a good day.
Curt Webb
The Late Great Pennsylvania Railroad
Freelanced PRR Bellevue Subdivision


Good morning!

How did we ever survive without knowing whether Greg was present or not?  ;D

Just another fun day at work.  164 (calendar) days to go before every day becomes a Saturday.  Hoping for a little workbench time later today.

Have a great one!

Bob Butts

There's a fine line between Hobby and Mental Illness.

Keep It Rusty

Afternoon to all!

I broke the link to forum's header last night. Fixed now, but will explain why it was missing all of today. Apologies.

Been working on the new kit design today. Can't wait to get this one out there.  I've come to realize that my aesthetic for kit-making is to fill a void between whimsical and believable. A kit full of character is something George did so well.

As with my previous kit, (did you guys know I released a kit after the Flux Mill? It was called Oddmunn Brother's Mill, see it below) there will be numerous new techniques in constructing it.


Good to be back. Thanks for resurrecting this...now I can check and make sure Greg is present


Sometimes it's difficult to be a man (can I refer to particular gender now days?) of few words..... ::)
Gregory P. DeMayo
General Construction Superintendent Emeritus
St. Louis & Denver Railroad
Longwood, FL

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