Ich glaube nicht, daß er es hätte sehen wollen sollenWrong the syntax is, like Yoda sounds it.
Spoken like someone else who has been through that very same thing.Checkouts would be better if they actually employed more than one cashier at a time.
I had a chuckle at that! Did you expect it to be any other way, if you are waiting in line outside?!Of course it was raining will waiting in line.
Спасибо большое, Борис!!Short answer, Yes! Cary bodies were designed to fit Hobbytown chassis. I have one to assemble, one of these days...
We're not all retired and living the high life Some of us work for a living!All that weird talk is pure marshun to me, fellas. When I get upset, though, I can speak a blue-streak of hillbilly.
Just wanted to bring in what I did today. To see if I can get a passing grade, I suppose. Built a stand-up shop compressor and a stool to go along with the lawn tractor. Can never have too much good stuff in a hardware store.
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Where is everybody? Ya'll getting drunked-up at Willie's, seeing him off on his holiday? Or is Sherrel hosting the hoe-down? I'm feeling real lonely in here.
Welcome Richie, as you have noticed, the Coffee Shop gets it all, from the local weather to highly described projects and prototype (real if you're not used to the term) Locos and trains. The building is named after a now passed prolific modeller also known as Jeffrey Wimberly/ Running Bear, his Cherokee birth name and also Dr Frankendiesel, for his ability to turn Sows Ears into great Loco models. a giver of himself to newbies looking for advice. Taken by Diabetes far too soon.Hiya everyone.
Its been suggested that I should post the occasional British image in here, so I hope I'm posting in the right place! So a couple from the middle of the country - Lincolnshire to be precise. First up is a DB Cargo UK (Previously EWS) Class 66 on a loaded iron ore working from the Port of Immingham to the local steel works. Being an EMD-built loco I thought it was appropriate!
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Next, one of our local passenger services, the location is literally half-a-mile from the last photograph. This is a two-coach passenger set, built at Derby in the UK, in the mid-1980s.
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And just to bring us back to modelling - my own US railroad build is coming on slowly, with a totally uninspiring picture a freshly built baseboard, with the operating line raised up two inches! At least its progress - once I get into the scenics on the canyon board, it will be far more interesting!
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When MBH was in HS(a WELS Lutheran one at that), she & her classmates convinced one of the teacher to sanction a field trip to Point Brewery in downtown Stevens Point.Oh boy if you never had them you are in for a treat! I miss living in Wisconsin! Home of the dairy and bratwurst & sausage and Beer!
Hell when I was growing up there in the 70's we had field trips at school in Milwaukee at all 4 breweries lol loved it! Not to mention all the cheese factories and dairy farms lol
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