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    Wise County, Virginia. I've got some PDFs that I...

    Wise County, Virginia. I've got some PDFs that I need to review again. But there are coniferous trees in many of the prototype photos I've saved.
  2. Filing the blunt tips of the points with a needle...

    Filing the blunt tips of the points with a needle file to sharpen them can help fix this. So can ensuring that the points cannot move when lined for either route. It may also be an issue with the...
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    After looking at Baby's Breath, the branch...

    After looking at Baby's Breath, the branch structure is too large. So back to the drawing board.:confused:
  4. North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders Swap Meet

    So I'm planning on attending the North Olympic Peninsula Railroaders Swap Meet this Saturday probably around noonish. I posted this event in the calendar.

    Unfortunately, the calendar is not as...
  5. At least eight inches, but 12 would be better....

    At least eight inches, but 12 would be better. You want to avoid even an inkling of frustration with an arrangement such as that. Take it from someone who's been there.
  6. Me too. Is there another layout nearby, even HO,...

    Me too. Is there another layout nearby, even HO, you can test it on? Jumpering onto a piece on N flex for example.
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    Ohh, former Great Western Sarum Castle!

    Ohh, former Great Western Sarum Castle!
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    Indeed, you may have found the solution, Allen...

    Indeed, you may have found the solution, Allen H.!

    I also need to get hot making some coniferous trees. Some species of cedar and/or pine, if I'm recalling correctly. Tim R, would you know?
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    You're rocking it (that is the correct hipster...

    You're rocking it (that is the correct hipster term, right. I dunno.)

    Indeed, a nailer makes benchwork much easier. I'm looking forward to using my new DeWalt for something other than...
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    Baby's Breath! Forgot all about that stuff,...

    Baby's Breath! Forgot all about that stuff, Allen!

    I think a stop at Michael's art supply store on the Big-Boxified west end of town is in order. Might find some other similar things there.
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    Wow! That would be a good reason to visit Ohio....

    Wow! That would be a good reason to visit Ohio. Perhaps there is one other -- the Blue Jackets (but never anything involving OSU).:D
  12. May your frets never buzz and your action always...

    May your frets never buzz and your action always be comfortable. Happy birthday!
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    Those are great ideas, Allen H., and I've toyed...

    Those are great ideas, Allen H., and I've toyed around with those too.

    I've tried the static grass route -- meh, just because the static grass is clumpy and not airy like a bush structure would...
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    I'll try to scare up something. Thing is, most of...

    I'll try to scare up something. Thing is, most of the pictures of that season are not anything that reveals much of the detail I'm looking for. More impressions, but not something that the materials...
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    Sticky: Let's see how much French I remember, Tom. Hmmmm....

    Let's see how much French I remember, Tom. Hmmmm. ...

    Okay, here goes: Bad jokes are legal for Australians in France.

    Not bad, eh?
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    Sticky: Hello, Mcsquish! You've been here a while, so you...

    Hello, Mcsquish! You've been here a while, so you already know there are no dumb questions on this forum. But the answers? Well, many of us take advantage of the Safe Harbor Act: namely, prior...
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    Guys, I am really struggling coming up with a...

    Guys, I am really struggling coming up with a decent material to simulate late, late winter/early spring Appalachian undergrowth.

    Polyfiber doesn't cut it. My attempts at using 3M abrasive pad...
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    :lol::lol:

    :lol::lol:
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    I don't think pictures of your new hip are...

    I don't think pictures of your new hip are exactly what Moose2013 has in mind. ...;)
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    Microscale is top of the line. There are other...

    Microscale is top of the line. There are other companies that offer decals for N scale as well.

    The trick with decals in any scale is availability. These things are mass printed. And until enough...
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    It will hold paint much better with a good coat...

    It will hold paint much better with a good coat of high-hide white primer!
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    That's actually a little better -- just a little.

    That's actually a little better -- just a little.
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    Oh no, a moose with a weak bladder. :o And there...

    Oh no, a moose with a weak bladder. :o And there is record rainfall on the way for Pugetopolis. This could be epic.
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    That's because Rook used special invisibility...

    That's because Rook used special invisibility acrylic washes, Allen.
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    I dunno 'bout that, Allen. That might mean Moose...

    I dunno 'bout that, Allen. That might mean Moose abruptly began to assume room temperature. ;)

    You aren't after his steam collection, are you?
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