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    Default Diesel for Moose

    If you've read any of the thread welcoming new members, you'll see that @Moose2013 has a fondness for flowers. With that in mind, I created this just for him:



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    Ack! A diseae'el with Moo-Moo-Moose's name on it? Why, this is blasphemy of the worst -- oh! Flowers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhampton View Post
    If you've read any of the thread welcoming new members, you'll see that @Moose2013 has a fondness for flowers. With that in mind, I created this just for him:

    https://www.nscale.net/forums/attachm...8&d=1523331599
    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    Ack! A diseae'el with Moo-Moo-Moose's name on it? Why, this is blasphemy of the worst -- oh! Flowers!
    i saw this and thought to myself...... why does MOOSE like diesel. Moose likes Steam. Moose not know of the dark side. MOOSE stays away from the dark side.....
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    Now, that just hits my funny bone! 2 points for you @mhampton ! I can't stop laughing...
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    Would replacing the horns with antlers be appropriate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhampton View Post
    If you've read any of the thread welcoming new members, you'll see that @Moose2013 has a fondness for flowers. With that in mind, I created this just for him:


    THAT is funny $hit right there!

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    With that engine and some creativity he can have a very nice scene on the layout!


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    Oh lovely.
    Now I have this mental image of a flower-power F7 with antlers. Thanks guys
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    And wearing a kilt, too!

    Quote Originally Posted by SteamPower4ever View Post
    Now I have this mental image of a flower-power F7 with antlers. Thanks guys
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    How about this?

    f7a_moose-1.jpg

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    Not good...won't clear the tunnels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingmeow View Post
    Not good...won't clear the tunnels.
    Tunnels? Tunnels?! Moose don't need no sticking tunnels!
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    Nature's ice-breakers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    Nature's ice-breakers!
    Ice. Dirt. Rock. You name it, Moose can -- oh! Purrty flowers...
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    Not to hijack this scientific, groundbreaking, genome splicing thread, but, how do I get the picture within the post, like the OP's? Not as an attachment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankieD View Post
    Not to hijack this scientific, groundbreaking, genome splicing thread, but, how do I get the picture within the post, like the OP's? Not as an attachment?
    I saved the original on this site in a folder under my account and used the BB code to link to it.

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    Ahh, gotcha. I will have to try it. Now back to Moose's flowers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingmeow View Post
    Not good...won't clear the tunnels.
    Put the antlers at the front of the engine and make them spin, and it will drill tunnels
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