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 Posted: Sat May 28th, 2016 02:52 am
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... to model this?
https://66.media.tumblr.com/7560c80fe953d4187f235470826e1ae5/tumblr_o7v8beZkRQ1vnghdeo1_1280.jpg
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 Posted: Sat May 28th, 2016 02:51 pm
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With or without a paddle? Wonder if Micro Scale makes a decal for that one??? I think not.

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Wow, I thought that was a joke. But I believe it has been issued as a kit, HO if I remember right..



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You have to know the (American?) phrase before getting the joke. But now I do. :bg:

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Never go up there without a paddle...
And - they have a website, too



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In case you are short on paddles, a former mining
camp building located in Sandon BC, not happy with my first model, on my list to get built.

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Attachment: Room With A View.jpg (Downloaded 35 times)



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... strange looking plunger....
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Ken C wrote:
In case you are short on paddles, a former mining
camp building located in Sandon BC, not happy with my first model, on my list to get built.
The paddle oddly reminds me of the latrines that had open barrels at the bottom and some poor solider (usually one with discipline problems) had to pour diesel fuel in with it and set it on fire, mixing with something at the same time. A wood boat paddle would be a bad idea as it's wood of course, but I saw it being down with large tent poles and that sure didn't work very well.

Poor souls, I still recall the smell, and thank God I never had to get closer than a hundred yard or so (which was way to close as it was).



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