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TRAINS1941 Posted - 07/31/2019 : 08:48:53 AM
Good morning everyone

Rick please lock up the old lounge. And thanks for the coffee.

People come and people go. So more company on the way!!

Weather here sunny/77. A nice day in South Jersey storms later on maybe!!

Looks good in here new paint, furniture, bar, and fireplace lets keep it clean guys!1

Everyone have a great day!!
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tloc Posted - 11/11/2019 : 10:27:10 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Rick

"Rick, thanks for the diet soda and opening up. How long does a 44 mile group ride take? " Exactly 2 hours. Technically it was 44.32 miles.



That is quick

Tom
TRAINS1941 Posted - 11/11/2019 : 10:00:50 AM
Morning everyone

Thanks to all Veterans.

Rick thanks for the coffee.

Looks to be a nice day in South Jersey sunny/62.

Been making a mock up of my building for the new machine shop.

Everyone have a great day!!
Rick Posted - 11/11/2019 : 09:31:32 AM
"Rick, thanks for the diet soda and opening up. How long does a 44 mile group ride take? " Exactly 2 hours. Technically it was 44.32 miles.
tloc Posted - 11/11/2019 : 09:05:15 AM
Good morning from the land of falling white stuff. I am avoiding looking at the totals so far but it will be a lot. The green machine is ready as are
a couple of the plow trucks. I would rather use the green machine around the house but if it is wet the trucks are great, I just dislike the type of
pile they leave. Hey, I am getting older, I can be picky.

Rick, thanks for the diet soda and opening up. How long does a 44 mile group ride take?

When Terry gets home from the grandkids we are heading to the Art Museum in Milwaukee and
meeting up with a group. Not my cup of tea but Terry is getting active in some political things that while we donít agree 100% on I will support her
and her causes. Happy wife happy life sort of thing...

TomO
friscomike Posted - 11/11/2019 : 08:10:31 AM
Good morning,

Rick, thanks for coffee.

Thank you Veterans.



It's 61F headed to 64F, then a nose dive to 24F tonight. Howling winds at 25 mph. Chance of rain later in the day.

Grocery shopping and bench time are on the agenda for today.

Have fun,
Mike

Rick Posted - 11/11/2019 : 07:30:43 AM
Good morning everyone.

Coffee, hot water for tea and Cherry Diet Pepsi are ready to go.

Looks like it will be a pretty nice day today with some clouds and temps in the low 60's.

A big thank you to all the veterans on the Veterans Day.

Slept a little later than usual so I'll do some stuff around the house and then do a bike ride after that.

Have a great day everyone.
TRAINS1941 Posted - 11/10/2019 : 10:29:58 PM
I'll join you all tonight.

Tom great idea throwing a log on the fire feels nice in here.

I'll have a frostie to. Then an Eagle Rare neat to top off the evening.

Great to see so many here.

See you all in the morning.
BigLars Posted - 11/10/2019 : 6:15:05 PM
Ron,
Nice to see you posting. Please post a thread, we need some more content here.
Rick Posted - 11/10/2019 : 5:43:43 PM
Good evening everyone.

Just got home from the pub.
Watched some football with a friend.

Did a 44 mile group ride on the bike this morning.

Hi Ron, yes please, start a thread.
And I guess I'll have one more of those frosties.

Mike, looks like you had a great day rail fanning.
Nice picture of an impressive loco.

Tom, the fire feels great. [:-thumbu]

Have a great evening everyone.
tloc Posted - 11/10/2019 : 5:15:37 PM
Good late afternoon as I have returned from Trainfest outside of Milwaukee, Wi. A good time and I did purchase the fiber optics for my paper mill. I will start the install tonight.

Mike, 4014 was so impressive when we saw it in Wisconsin. I was shocked as Terry loved it.

Rick, good on you for the racing, that will get the heart pumping.

Jerry, always good to have company, even better when they leave!

Ron, I am a newer guy, Tom from Wisconsin and I will gladly try one of the frosties. I threw some more logs on the fire.

TomO


TRAINS1941 Posted - 11/10/2019 : 3:39:24 PM
A thread would be perfect Ron.

Mike would have loved to see the locomotive!!
elwoodblues Posted - 11/10/2019 : 2:52:12 PM
Good Afternoon everyone,

Put some frosties in the fridge and some wine on the counter.

Really cool here today but at least it is not snowing today.

Been working on kitbashing a plate girder bridge as part of the this years local NMRA division workshops. Had to scratchbuild a new deck and modify the Atlas HO flatcar girder load for the sides, next up adding some reinforcements. Maybe I should start a thread about it.

Have a great day everyone

TRAINS1941 Posted - 11/10/2019 : 10:07:53 AM
Morning everyone

Rick thanks opening and the coffee.

Weather in South Jersey sunny/38. Later 58!

Rick that sounds like a lot of fun.
Will be waiting to see when you get in the top 10. Know you can do it.

Company leaving today. Then some grocery shopping and bench time.

Everyone have a great day!!
friscomike Posted - 11/10/2019 : 09:27:03 AM
Good morning,

Rick, thanks for coffee. Your bike rides sound like fun.

Yesterday, My Uncle Larry Anderson and I chased UP 4014. My uncle is 90, but that didn't slow him down a bit. He had a blast. That is one massive locomotive and a far cry from the diminutive locos we model in On30.





Another beautiful day in the neighborhood. 76F is the forecast high.

Ball game is tonight, so have the day to have some fun.

Happy rails,
Mike

Rick Posted - 11/10/2019 : 05:22:11 AM
Good morning everyone.

Coffee, hot water for tea and Cherry Diet Pepsi are ready to go.

Partly cloudy and a little warmer with highs in the lower 50's.

Did my first race on Zwift yesterday and finished 21'st out of 44.
Doing a race definitely motivates you to go faster and I look forward to doing more of them.
No racing this morning.
Either a solo ride or a group ride if one is available.

Afternoon will be watching football with a friend.

I see a few of you doing the leaf thing.
Still too many leaves on the trees here,
I'll wait a bit till more are on the ground.

Have a great day everyone.

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