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Post by earlsinclare on Sun Dec 20 2015, 15:18

hello everyone.
I don't attend as many shows as I used too, but I do still like to put my engines to work.
making em work Jap_2a10

cutting fire wood before Christmas, the thermometer said 15 deg. I hope it gets cold soon.


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Post by Woodsman on Sun Dec 20 2015, 16:06

Me too - been splitting logs for weeks nowhere left to stack 'em.

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Post by Foden on Mon Dec 21 2015, 12:28

I seem to recognize that trolley Richard! Laughing Was that a task of work for Daisy, and if so does she still have all of her fingers? Wink

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