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 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2018 02:52 am
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More progress on the Bad Burro Saloon.



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 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2018 05:17 pm
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" Faded and warped boards, faded lettering on the sign, smoke stack weaving its' way to the roof "



Hi Michael  :wave:



Sounds like the perfect ingredients for a BAD ASS burro of a saloon !  :cb:  [toast]



:cool: :cool: KIN'  C :cool: :cool: L  !


I hope the damn beer is as well !


WE DON'T NEED NO STINKIN' WARM BEER !  :mex:



:moose:




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I like your entire layout and frequently look over the photos when I need a train fix.

What did you use for the sub frame of your saloon building, and what have you used as an exterior material. 

Sure, I can tell it's all wood, but what kind of wood?

Thanks!




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It's all made from balsa.  

I made a basic box out of 4" wide balsa, and then since I didn't have enough strips I used my balsa stripper to cut planks about 8" scale wide.  

After everything is painted I do hit it with a few coats of sealer to hold everything together and keep the weather out.





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It looks great.

I really enjoy the outdoor layouts. 
I had one going for awhile in standard gauge HO. 
It was about 100 feet of track. 

Now I'm eyeing that rail as a source for something else, and paying attention to other people's layouts on here. ;)





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 Posted: Fri Nov 9th, 2018 02:32 am
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Woodie is really the expert when it comes to building layouts in the great outdoors.








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The Bad Burro Saloon is done.  

At least for now.  


Not real thrilled about how the sign turned out, so I may go back and change it later.

Now it's time to move on to new projects.





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It looks awesome to me.



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