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 Posted: Sat Jul 3rd, 2021 11:39 pm
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Keep cool Ken

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 Posted: Sun Jul 4th, 2021 04:03 am
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Rod

Things are cooling down, had 34mm of rain yesterday,

looking forward to nights rain fall.


Now that it is cooling down,

I can get back to finishing a project / article for Gavin.

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 Posted: Thu Jul 15th, 2021 01:37 am
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" Lighting in the basement is not that great for small project work "

:bang:


Hi Ken  :wave:

Yeah ... Watch you don't BANG ! yer head !!  :shocked:


:!::!::!:

:!:  :cool: :!:

:!::!::!:


I got a small(ish) LED floodlight recently, for pennies.  :)

Small, mobile, powerful & cool-running ... GREAT move !  :thumb:


Bounced off a white wall, or ceiling ... & ... :java::mex::!::s:  Eh!

Instant light ANYWHERE !  :)


:java::moose:


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Hi    Ken  :wave:


I hope the HEATWAVE  :boogie:  has been OK for the 'Ken & Slocan Rly.' ?  ???

No unstable  :shocked:  EXPLOSIVES :w:or dehydrated pick people ?  :us:


Probably all back to the 'normal' magazine deliveries there  :time: by now ...  :Crazy:




Mooses :moose: scatter, at the noize of the Post Office aero-engine I guess.  L:


Don't want hoof marks all over your latest copy of 'N.G.D.U.' !  ;)
Rumour has it, an EXTRA GOOD article on building boxcars is coming !!  :brill:


:java: :cool:


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 Posted: Mon Aug 16th, 2021 02:08 am
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Hopefully the heat will break soon,
keep getting told that rain is coming.

:us:

Article ready to go to print,
will not be until October, for the next issue of NGDU,
still a wait though.

Working on second article on WP&Y stock car.  :java: :java: :java: 


Getting a bit of modelling done. 
Added a photo of my Peruivan rolling stock running behind K&S #3,
through my canyon.

:glad:

Still need a bit of work on the left end.
Couple more photos to follow.

This side of the canyon is removed for photos,
nice thing about removeable scenery.

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Normal view of canyon,
with rock cliff hiding underground lake.
 
Lake just did not work out.

Looking at installing a hatch for tool storage.







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Hi Ken  :wave:


Looks bloomin' AWESOME matey !  :thumb:

It's even got a red-wire going towards it !  :!:

Removable scenery, theatre style ? is pretty useful.  :brill:

You could have a before/after, the 'ACME Dynamite Co.' incident !  :w::shocked:  ;)


What do you mean by  "Looking at installing a hatch for tool storage"  ? :us:??? L:



:mex: :mex: :mex: :mex: :mex:


:java::moose: :dt:


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 Posted: Wed Aug 25th, 2021 03:02 am
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I plan to cut in a door, on the near side section of scenery,

and use the underground lake  :)  surface, to store various items,

which normally get put down, and pass into the 4th dimension,

only to show up, after buying a replacement tool. 

:bang:


Working on left side of canyon entrance,

section will be 4 feet in length, with a height of 22 inchs,

portable so I can work on it outside, weather permitting.

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" ... normally get put down, and pass into the 4th dimension,

only to show up, after buying a replacement tool "


Hi Ken  :wave:


It's funny you should say that !  ;)


I de-junked an ol' shed recently ...  :boogie:

... & every so often, in the layers (estimated at once a year) ...

... found a new, unopened, chainsaw sharpening file !!

:us:

Could be very Jules Verne ...
... down in that underground lake !!  :old dude:


:java::moose:


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Now that you have a file, can you find the chain saw ?  :us:


Busy cleaning up back yard, and came across a 'DINKY' ? crane hook.

Not a clue as to where it came from though.  :Crazy:


Need to machine up a couple of pulley's for it,

and find a crane for it to go with. 

:bang:




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