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    Back to our regularly scheduled programming:

    Town: Soggy Bottoms.

    Home of the Soggy Bottom Diaper Company.
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    You mean like these?DSC00002 (4).jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by big bill View Post
    You mean like these?DSC00002 (4).jpg
    Kind of yes, but Moose hates diesel almost as much as he hates no photos, you will be required to buy steam and post those photos.

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    Well I have steam just not N scale, does that count?DSC00002 (2).jpgDSC00009 (2).jpg
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    And now that big bill is over 30 posts, we can return to on-topic comments
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    Yes Thank you.
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    So, @Moose2013, any of these suggestions capture your fancy?

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    I think the CEO of the Mt Tahoma and Pacific Rwy put her foot down. "Mr Moose," says Mrs Moose, "Railroad construction is stagnating! Too many distractions. We need a diversion for the busybodies. What can you do?"

    "Well," said @Moose2013,in his best Jimmy Stewart imitation (which was pretty good for a moose), "I could start a Name-the-Town contest."
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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    "I could start a Name-the-Town contest."
    Wait a minute... this is a contest? Which means whoever suggested the name @Moose2013 picks gets a prize? I hope it's a brand new 3d printer!

    Come on Moose, pick Moose Butte!

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