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 Posted: Tue Sep 19th, 2017 11:13 pm
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four moosies to you Woodie sounds like a great up grade can't wait till the railroad is up and running for ops sessions. are you planning for room for a cooler for cold ones?



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Charles, that idea has crossed my mind. Stay tuned...



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TexMex border NG eh ?. Just go all the way Woodie and do the NdeM.

I was wandering whether you had renegotiated RR ROW rights over the new living room but now a garage instead. Did the hurricane affect you ? - I don't know where Royce C is.

Regards,   Michael  (currently listening to TexMex Rock on Spotify, should be modelling)

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 Posted: Wed Sep 20th, 2017 02:30 am
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Howdy Michael, the hurricane hit Houston, we are about 350 miles away. Royse City is about 30 miles east of Dallas, a million miles away from big city foolishness!
Naw, I will consider the Big Bend area, it has big mountains, canyons, creeks & rivers, little places with Spanish names, all the stuff I love. When I looked at this house I have now, I wanted it for the garage. 2cars large, insulated, finished inside, a window for an A/C unit, and "French" double doors to the outside...in other words-the kind of place a model railroader would drool over! No auto will be housed there, just my shop and layout. I care more about my trains than some silly old Jeep!

Old Tex-Mex rockers: Sam the Sham & the Pharoes, Question Mark & the Mysterians, Sir Douglas Quintet, Texas Tornadoes, Freddy Fender, I could go on & on...it's a cultural thing here anyway. Willie Nelson has sung some Mexican songs also!



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You 'Texicans' certainly know how to land on your feet, Spirit of The Alamo 'n all that.

Insulated, internally finished - probably hot & cold running whisky as well, served by John Wayne (better still, Jane Russell).

Thanks for those Band names, I'll see if I can find any downloads. I remember Grandad going on about Freddie Fender (unfortunately so do I, doesn't seem all that long ago either). Anno Domini (Aged Dodderer).

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Boodreau...Fellers..
Sounds like things are going to be Ok..glad to hear it..you keep alot of entertained with your modeling exploits..
Carry on..
Cholly

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Daniel, now you have found another old manuscript of a lost narrow gauge. Well then, check out Big Bend narrow gauge here...I haven't posted anything lately due to many things happening but the railway survives and thrives. A good bit of the Silver City layout was "rehabilitated" for the new layout. I am too old to start all over so I just used what worked.

Woodie



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Hi Woodie. See comments re photos on Mogollon thread.



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Yes, Woodie.I am busy with that thread already.
But ...'too old"?
That begins when you realize a garden has grown above your belly, not before!!!
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