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Greg@mnrr

Section Hand
Hey, it happens. I spent an entire Packer season building a wooden trestle and then installed the trestle on my former layout. It took only two days before the wife was doing laundry and she hit the trestle with a towel and it the trestle was history.

That was 20+ years ago and we just started talking again....!!!

Greg
 

MHinLA

Active Member
Repair it and maybe put a temporary clear plastic window or masonite wall there until he has grown a couple more years...
 

migalyto

Well-Known Member
Hey, it happens. I spent an entire Packer season building a wooden trestle and then installed the trestle on my former layout. It took only two days before the wife was doing laundry and she hit the trestle with a towel and it the trestle was history.

That was 20+ years ago and we just started talking again....!!!

Greg
This instantly popped into my head as soon as I got done reading this!


 



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