Woodie, now work with me slow in take of air, now hold it, let it out slowly yes, do that a couple of more times and you will be in your happy spot, all is good! See I am a willow, this works every time when the struggle becomes real. All silliness aside, I plan on having dead wire over head and I am totally committed to r/c battery, the On30 railroad has 38 locos all r/c battery, there is NO other way. At this point I do not see any kind of wire for at least a year. This railroad is a creative journey, even though I am turning 70 I see no rush to finish it any time soon. Now if I can get Ryan to post the photos I sent him you all could see what I am doing. In the mean time, I have to go finish getting the On30 ready for Saturday's ops session, I can't disappoint the guys.Later,Steve
Good morning Si, Well at least it is for me but not overly sure it is for you, since reading your last post. Well it is a bright and sunny day here and the temps are around 50F just a perfect day to go into the shop and cut ties for the railroad, no cares, no worries, and no discussion with myself about over head wire.Do enjoy the day I am and I have it on good authority that my friend Ryan Vigus will soon be posting some shots of my 3/8's work.That's all,Steve
EVERY day is a good day for me, of that you CAN be sure.
They normally start with a and end with a and have a few s in between.
I reserve the right to attempt the impossible.
Make simple what some seek to complicate.
And model railroad on a budget, not a mortgage.
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We choose to go to the Moon! ... We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win ...