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    Afternoon All,

    We got our WiFi back today so I don't have to use the data plan on the phone to post. I'm glad to see Phil and Deb made out so well. We still can't get hold of our friend Jon. I hope it's just because he lives out in the boonies.

    It took 2 days but everything is cleaned up here. We have a mountain of tree branches and yard bags on the street. I met our new neighbors yesterday. They moved in immediately before the storm. I still need my son-in-law to get on the roof to look for damage. We had a bunch of small pieces of shingles down. I'm scared to death of heights and we have a 2 story house so I won't do that job.

    My son found the rustoleum bisque spray paint at Ace while he was there. I'm too bushed to mess with it today after being out in the heat for hours so tomorrow I will spray some on a piece of styrene and take a photo of it. I also decided that the styrene "concrete" floor is not big enough to look right so I need to redo the 3 pieces. Oh well, for sale signs are cheap.

    I'm worried about Eric and CA Dave not posting.

    Justin- Good to see you back in the coffee shop.

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

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    I forgot to mention how much it means to me for the birthday wishes and I'm sure Phhil agrees that a means a lot to us for the storm well wishes and prayers. That is why this coffee shop is such a awesome place. Thanks again.
    Curt Webb
    The Late Great Pennsylvania Railroad
    PRR Bellevue Subdivision

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRR Modeler View Post
    I'm worried about Eric and CA Dave not posting.
    I'm here. Just haven't had anything to say really.
    Did I ever post pics of my oil refinery with ALL the lights mounted and wired?
    Other than finishing its wiring, I haven't done much else.
    I did receive another box of stuff from my landlord in GA. Amongst all the stuff was 2 healthy spools of braided 14 ga. wire. I'll replace my existing track bus wires with this since it's substantially larger. I think what I have on there now is something like a 24 ga. wire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chessie_system3 View Post
    Afternoon fellers. I'm at it again with the go go go stuff. Interviewed with Coke today for a mechanic position. Same union as I'm currently a member of. Better hours and a better retirement plan. Hopefully odds are in my favor. Tomorrow I get to go see the tax man. Personal property tax time for me. Whew!!! I'm sure the weekend will get here eventually. Nothing for my layout thus far. I have a walthers kit I need to finish painting and putting together. Probably soon as the misses is irritated that it is taking up cabinet space. I'll check in later with y'all.

    Sent from my LGLS675 using Tapatalk
    Justin, I think somebody here said something about my Chessie GP9s. If you're interested in the Chessie/B&O engine, I can remove the non-sound decoder, and I'd take $75 for it. It's a nearly-new Genesis engine.
    You're never too old to do something stupid.

    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by bnsf971 View Post
    Justin, I think somebody here said something about my Chessie GP9s. If you're interested in the Chessie/B&O engine, I can remove the non-sound decoder, and I'd take $75 for it. It's a nearly-new Genesis engine.
    Hmm.....think you can send me a photo of it? I'm in the market for a decent high nose geep. I meant to respond to this sooner I just didn't have time to go back and look who had them.

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    Justin

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    I'll be brief! Spousal Unit and I are trying to get going on a short trip to the mountains where the temps are supposed to be in the mid 30's for the next several nights and about mid 60's during the day. Too many G-kids, football games, baseball games, soccer, you name it has made it difficult for us to get away!

    Glad everyone is checking in and OK. Terrible scenes on the news. All my Kin and Friends seem to be OK with minor damage.
    A blessing in these times!

    Several people have asked about David aka Trussrod I have not talked to him in several days. He was calling me daily there for a while and spending a lot of time at the local Indian Casino trying to stay cool. I'll try and "ring him up" as the British say a little later when I pause for a rest.
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    Sherrel
    I survived Charles Tillinghast & Carl Ican
    Here, hold my beer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bnsf971 View Post
    Justin, I think somebody here said something about my Chessie GP9s. If you're interested in the Chessie/B&O engine, I can remove the non-sound decoder, and I'd take $75 for it. It's a nearly-new Genesis engine.
    Terry that "somebody" would be me.

    If I am not mistaken I think Justin would prefer the Chessie/C&O version, if you still have it that is.
    Keep High Balling, Be Safe & Have Fun!
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    Louis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruette View Post
    Terry that "somebody" would be me.

    If I am not mistaken I think Justin would prefer the Chessie/C&O version, if you still have it that is.
    That one is the DCC/sound version... I suppose I could swap shells, they are identical drives, other than the decoder and speaker.
    You're never too old to do something stupid.

    Terry

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    Sorry Terry, believe it or not I was trying to help, not to complicate matters.
    Keep High Balling, Be Safe & Have Fun!
    Thread: Introducing Kids to Model Trains
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    Louis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruette View Post
    Terry that "somebody" would be me.

    If I am not mistaken I think Justin would prefer the Chessie/C&O version, if you still have it that is.
    Oooo.....a C&O one! I'd take either. I don't discriminate roads. To me they are the Chessie roads and there's always a home on my layout for any of them. Even Western Maryland. C&O is just my favorite of them. I guess for good reason. I have been raised around the C&O Allegheny Subdivision and the southern West Virginia coalfields.

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    Justin

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