Hey WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Logging, Mining and Industrial Railroads' started by Gil Finn, Aug 6, 2006.

  1. Gil Finn

    Gil Finn Active Member

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    sign1 Post stuff....I want to know everything you can share .sign1
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    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

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    Wha ! Who ? Where?.......and it was such a nice dream. Whoa, this alarm went off, what? 23 days ago ? Who said I was a light sleeper! sign1 sign1

    Are you sure you want to know...... everything ????:D :D
  3. Gil Finn

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    whith in reason.

    I might have for gone several big mistakes making log cars and in the purchase of an engine.
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    with in reason.

    I might have for gone several big mistakes making log cars and in the purchase of an engine.

    In fact I might have used a bit of advice now as I am putting the chains on the cars now that the loads are glued and dried.

    How do you get testers glue out of the key booooooooooooooooooooooard?
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    sign1 sign1 Good 'un, Gil! :) I like your bit about brinf a Spanish-American war veteran!


    Still trying to remember the Maine, are you?!? :D
    This should regain your will to fight!
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  6. Gil Finn

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    When I was 20 and in Panama, I got a tattoo at Jim's on J street.

    It was about as big as a bath room with hundreds of military and naval designs on onio skin paper tacked to every bit of space on the wall.

    There was a chest size picture with a ship that said Remember the Maine.

    Lots of otther old ones too.

    Today that stuff would be in a museum.

    It never accured to me to make him an offer.

    Every tattoo you ever saw in an old movie I bet would be one that wall.

    That must have been at the end of Vietnam, maybe 73 or 74 so you get an idea how long that shop was open then. It is still there I heard.