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Posted by Buckeye Riveter on Saturday, February 09, 2019 7:06 AM

Good morning from the Valley! 

Some sad news this morning from Ohio. Many of the longtime members of this forum will remember an infrequent poster, Keith Woodworth who lives in Northeast Ohio. Last night Keith passed away at age 54. I met Ketih years ago as we visited Tom Pescha's basement layout. RIP Keith and keep those trains on the track.

sir james I

Our 2 TVs are on stands at eye level. I have no desire to watch a TV mounted above the fireplace.

S.J.

 
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Well onward and upward.

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Posted by sir james I on Saturday, February 09, 2019 8:43 AM

Buckeye, exactly. It's just not comfortable.

We have soared to 13 sunny degrees this morning. There is no snow on the ground here. 

Clud meeting tonight that I'm sure will be well attended.

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Posted by V8Vega on Saturday, February 09, 2019 10:15 AM

Rained overnight, after years of drought we might be getting back to normal. Southern Calif. is green all over now and beautiful, it will all be brown in a couple of months.

Ho slot cars are the most popular and were sold in sets like Lionel. Many are really 1/64. Some people collect the sets, seems kind of dumb to me as they just sit.T Jets were sold in the millions. Mine are all more modern ones. The hobby might be making a small comeback, there is lots of activity on eBay and some web sites. Forums are kind of dead but Facebook groups have replaced forums with a lot of activity.

I hope that doen't happen to our train hobby, I prefer forums. with Facebook groups you can't tell if you have any intrest in a post until you click on it, so a lot of clicking for nothing.

People like me are building home tracks, they don't need as much space as trains but you do need some space. Curves are sharper and grades are no problem.

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Posted by wrmcclellan on Saturday, February 09, 2019 5:17 PM

Evening folks!

Been extremely busy the past week trying to move the big layout project along. Training a new kid. So far so good.

Cold and raining here. It has been a long winter this year. Weather wonk said this winter hit the norms so far - past few winters have been warmer than normal. Normally we have a lot of sunshine through the winter, but this winter has been gray and damp.

Marty - I had a chinchilla pet while in college. They make great pets, they shed a fur coat for your mom or missus each year! Unfortunately mine met his demise while he stayed at my parents house for a summer while I was off working. As you know chins need to constantly gnaw on something as their front two teeth keep growing. I kept a block of wood in his cage. Well one night when they let him out to roam around he disappeared. Well he got inside the electric organ and decided to gnaw the 110 v power cord....

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Posted by KRM on Saturday, February 09, 2019 6:40 PM

V8Vega

 Ho slot cars are the most popular and were sold in sets like Lionel. Many are really 1/64. Some people collect the sets, seems kind of dumb to me as they just sit.T Jets were sold in the millions. Mine are all more modern ones. 

Dennis,,,, the question is what cars are you runing today????? G+ Mega G+ or something else I am thinking of building a track for the grand kido and would like to know. I do know that the T Jets were sold in the millions and I hated them. Way to many gears and toooo slow. 60s stuff.....I loved running those G+ cars back in the late 70s and early 80s.

Still only 20 out there but warming and snow for tomorrow. could be way worse.

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Posted by Banks on Saturday, February 09, 2019 7:33 PM

Hello there,

13 this AM, got up to 28. 20 A bit ago when I came in.

Used son's truck and my trailer to get coal today. Had enough to get to next weeks predicted snowmageddon but didn't want to deal with that. Yard way to soggy for trailer so I got 6 wheelbarrow loads in before cold and asthma made me quit. Try to get the rest tomorrow. If I don't it'll be one big lump till it thaws,

88......Kev has a good point with the blocking. As for as wiring I'd recommend you specify no 14 AWG wire and a maximum 10 feet between outlets instead of the Code maximum 12 feet. Good electrical's will do that but many will cut as many corners as they can.

Tahoe will wait for a warmer day.

Wupped. Off t bed soon

 

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Posted by cheapclassics on Saturday, February 09, 2019 10:18 PM

Good evening all,

Sunny but cold today.  Did get a 9 mile practice in today.  Did a 2:19.47 for a 3.86 MPH average speed.  Was making 4 MPH for the first 5 miles before slowing down a bit for the last 4.  Watched 3 episodes of Hill Street Blues with the missus tonight.  Will have a houseful tomorrow.  I hope everyone has a good day.

Keep on training,

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Posted by V8Vega on Sunday, February 10, 2019 8:48 AM

Tomy Super G+ are the best, fastest but they only have a few bodies I like. I have mostly Tyco 440X2 almost as fast and bodies I like, Corvetts, Cameros, Mustangs and others. AutoWorld X traction not as fast, but OK and more cars I like the looks of, Lifelike T chassis also fast, Aurora G+ plus is what I think you had and are the 1st modern inline type cars and fairly fast.

All of these have magnets that make them stick to the track, AutoWorld and Aurora G + plus magnets are weaker than the others but OK

Hoslotcarracing is the best web site, really informative about everything and I bought some track from them. I bought a couple of sets that were a good deal mostly for the track on eBay.

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Posted by ChiefEagles on Sunday, February 10, 2019 9:33 AM

Morning.  38 degrees and partly cloudy.  Buckeye and Sr. J weather is back.  But, only for a couple of days.

Think Buckeye sneaked into Rolesville early AM yesterday.  Big power outage at 4 AM.  Came back on at 7:10 as I was leaving for a trip to Stumpy Point NC on the coast.  Their annual oyster festival.  All the steamed and fried oysters you can eat.  Fried catfish too.  Got my money's worth of all three.  Monster crowd.  Was 38 and 20 MPH winds when we arrived at 11:45.  When we left at 4, was 36 and blowing hard.  Cold.

Off to foreign country tomorrow AM early.  Chapel Hill and UNC for Town retreat.  Guess when I go to Dr. and they ask if you have traveled out of the US  in 30 days, I'll have to answer yes. 

Nothing going on today.

Buckeye, yes Keith was a great guy.  Use to contribute a lot here.  God bless.

Later.

 

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Posted by KRM on Sunday, February 10, 2019 10:28 AM

Thanks Dennis, Now I will know what to look for!  Big Smile

I hate to paint , Been taping off stuff so I can paint the bathroom now that the drywall is fixed.

26 here and snow in about an hour so what else is there to do? Bang Head

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Posted by DJSpanky on Sunday, February 10, 2019 11:59 AM

Mornin' all!

Was able to get a decent night's sleep, my shoulder didn't bother me all that much. I did wake up at 6:05, but popped an Aleve and got back to sleep.

Heading out to Lowes soon to get the replacement cartridge for our kitchen faucet. Been dripping for several months now, low on my list of priorities, but I've now been reminded several times that it needs to be fixed. Was considering just replacing the faucet, it's a Moen, but when I looked it up it was a discontinued model which had gone for around ~$132 back when I installed it 12-15 years ago. So, YouTube and DuckDuckGo were my friends, I was able to track down the model and the correct cartridge replacement, then found a couple of videos which showed me how to replace it.

Hoping to run some trains this afternoon so we can add in some of the Christmas Pine Mega Steam sent to us by Rich. We'll give a report on the aroma!

Had a nice fire last night, Corey and I chopped up some wood in the afternoon, this is the first year in a long, long time where we're actually burning through most of the wood on our rack. We should make it through the season, but I'll have to scavenge this summer for more. Of course, that won't be hard, as Corey's godparents have a ton of wood on their property. They invited us down for a chopping party this past summer which we couldn't pull off, but we'll probably do it this summer. Not that we really need any excuse to visit them, they're great friends. And also part of our tailgate group as they're also Rutgers grads. Ah, hell, obligatory photo time - here they are with Tyler this past fall at Homecoming:



So this storm coming in early Tuesday morning is definitely gonna be a difficult one to forecast, all that's definite is we will get precipitation. Will start out as snow, then sleet, then rain. The $64K question is how much of each and when will the changeovers occur. Philly isn't reporting it yet as they expect a light snow event overnight tonight, but here's the estimates from the NYC office:



We'll see how this develops. Looks like a good day to work from home on Tuesday.

Have a good one!

Spank


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Posted by wrmcclellan on Sunday, February 10, 2019 12:39 PM

Morning/afternoon all!

Watching Daytona qualifying - season starts next weekend (Chuck!)!

Mid 30's again this morning/today. Cold, gray, and wet/drizzling. Rain continues tomorrow.

Mid 50's to low 70 and back to 50's next week. Hopefully some sun.

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Posted by cheapclassics on Sunday, February 10, 2019 9:06 PM

Good evening all,

Everybody made it today despite the weather.  Just a mess.  It was a nice day with lots of visiting and games.  I hope everyone has a good day.

Keep on training,

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Posted by SPMan on Sunday, February 10, 2019 10:10 PM

Good evening all, went to TTOS meet today.  Lots of stuff in the auction but I left early.

Chief, those oysters and catfish sound good.  They are selling oysters in the shell sometimes here in the super market but they are awfully small.  They are probably from the Pacific as well.

Saw an old movie with Willie Nelson last night.  "Honey Suckle Rose"  Hard to belive that came out in 1980.  Where did the time go?  Simple story but the music was good in parts.

More rain today but not constant.  More like showers.

Have a good week all,

Ray

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Posted by V8Vega on Sunday, February 10, 2019 11:25 PM

I go to two big churches, one Sat. night and the other Sun. morning. Today at the Sun. church we celebrated the pastors 50 years there. John MacArthur, he is famous amongst church people.

Expected attendance was 10,000 and it looked like it. After the two services they had a huge tent in the parking lot and 6 big In and Out trucks, free hamburgers for everyone.

In and Out is very popular in the western states and their hamburgers are the best. Ther is always a line at their restraunts.

So they may have made as many as 10,000 hamburgers, It rained lightly and later became more heavy.

It was a uplifting day.

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Posted by ChiefEagles on Monday, February 11, 2019 6:22 AM

Chilly rain.  Off to Town retreat in foreign country.  Chapel Hill and UNC. 

Have a good one.

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Posted by fifedog on Monday, February 11, 2019 8:30 AM

Mornin' boys.  Frozen precip and 30 along the Patterson Creek cut-off; enough to cancel county schools today.  I plan on spending time in the train room again.  Spent time there (in between watching NASCAR) yesterday spreading some ground foam, and boring out the old tunnel portal from my previous layout (remember that piece of hickory Brent?) to fit a new place.  We'll see how it looks when I place the buildings back on.

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Posted by sir james I on Monday, February 11, 2019 10:15 AM

Cloudy @ 26 degrees. We just finished clearing 3 inches of lite snow from overnight. Guessers are forecasting doom and gloom for tomorrow. Snow, ice turning to rain. Our club meet went very well with a live feed to Facebook for awhile, lot's of positive comments..

S.J.

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Posted by lion88roar on Monday, February 11, 2019 12:27 PM

KRM

 

 
Sturgeon-Phish

 

 

88 - NICE!!!  Take lots of pictures during the building process, especially what is in the walls before the sheetrock goes up.

 

 

 

Also my My 2 Cents. Get an extra set of prints. Figure out where you want things like towel racks TV holders, TP holders, coat racks or anything else that you will want to attach to the wall. Then "before drywall" put backer 2x4s or 2x6s between the wall studs so you have meat to drill into and attach those items. Then measure it out and put those measurements on the extra prints so you can place those items and know you will not be trying to ancor to just drywall.  Wink 



If that were an option, but unfortunately it is not. We get to do a framing walk-through and at that time I will mention it to the builder. We aren't involved in the actual construction, anything additional we have to pay $$$ for.

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Posted by 8ntruck on Monday, February 11, 2019 1:28 PM

Cloudy, just above freezing and drizzling rain today.  At least it is not putting a glaze of ice down.

The robotics team is into crunch time.  There is only about a week and a half of build time left before we put the competition robot in impound.  In addition to the competition robot, we are building a second identical robot so that the drivers can practice and we can continue development.

About all for now.

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Posted by KRM on Monday, February 11, 2019 2:34 PM

lion88roar

 

If that were an option, but unfortunately it is not. We get to do a framing walk-through and at that time I will mention it to the builder. We aren't involved in the actual construction, anything additional we have to pay $$$ for.

 

 

Brent that is nuts!! I did not say pay for it I ment you do it. It is your house, just tell the builder you are going to do it before drywall. I just told our builder I was going to do it and he said fine. Not like that guy was not milking me enough already. Laugh But then this house was not my first rodeo having done one after the tornado in 1990. JMHO, If they won't let you put in backers yourself then that builder is BS.

Can't hurt to ask.

A few flakes and the same crazy weather report for tonight and tomorrow as SJ's. Looking at it we should be fine,,,DougM,,Not so much! Surprise

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Posted by anjdevil2 on Monday, February 11, 2019 2:38 PM

Happy Monday!!  ok, not really....

Saturday spent time up in the attic, cleaning and condensing, in one of the boxes of track I got, found 4 sheets from the NY Post from November 1959!!  It's pretty dirty, I'll look at it later, but it is pretty beat up.
Found more Fastrack and O-27 track, and got them separated.  Vacuumed the upstairs and then downstairs, laundry and all got done as usual.  I found the 4.5V Lemax Adapter and plugged in the Starbucks and American Light and Power buildings, they are pretty cool.  Also started a box for my street lights, so that I can find them when I need them.  Trees....wow got a lot, looking for more, always!!

Sunday took the BF to work, after a restless sleep, ran to Wawa for a coffee and some Sizzlies and back at it.  Mounted the Bi-Fold door to the kids room which the Princess has been asking for, so that got completed.  Watched the Devils beat those Hurricanes from Raleigh 3-2 in regulation, saw the crybaby/Mr. Bad Earnhardt impersonator Johnson spin the field to win the Clash (no Mopars, Still!!) and saw 1 round of the Winternationals-rained out until today!

So I FINALLY got the train board out of the basement and home (by myself) and waited until the BF got home.  And it won't go up the small stairs!!!!  So now I need to cut this----again!!  the cut won't be so critical, but will need to get it re-supported and reassembled.  I'll be stopping by the HD again for a short piece of plywood and a scrap 2X4 and after dinner, I'll make the cut and get it upstairs and installed.  Might be a late night.  Tuesday and Thursday I have meetings and Friday and Saturday I have classes, so there will be minimal work being done.  

Got 1" of SNO-HIZIO and 4" at work, so already I have wet feet.  SOUTH Jersey gets more snow than CENTRAL Jersey?  WTF?????

 I did see Keith had passed and left something on his Facebook, as his brother had posted it.  Looks like his niece has started a GoFundMe account for his funeral expenses. 

OK Back at it, snow and scans, I'll be lucky if I don't slip and break a hip.... ;)

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Posted by Buckeye Riveter on Monday, February 11, 2019 6:19 PM

Going to Akron tomorrow for a lunch. We are to have rain and flooding after three inches of snow. This is a busy week.

I have been working on the design of the new layout. I'm working on a three level track crossing. I have room to create grade tracks of 2% and it get it way up in the air. I am going to need more track. I may be making a raid to the box in Roseyville.   (:))  I plan to use the L-girder system again with foam board. Can't help myself. 

 

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Posted by cheapclassics on Monday, February 11, 2019 8:08 PM

Good evening all,

Very quick post as internet flakes in and out at the drop of a hat.  Very quiet at work.  Finished analysis of one problem.  Up to someone  else to fix it as I have no capability of doing anything in that regard.   Did go for a walk at noon.  Just dreary out and was very foggy on the way in this morning.   Ugh.  I hope everyone has a good day.

Keep on training,

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Posted by ChiefEagles on Monday, February 11, 2019 10:53 PM

New Legacy N&W Y6B running with long coal train.

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Posted by fifedog on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 7:11 AM

Mornin' boys.  More frozen precip in Allegheny region.  Maybe I'll run my new-to-me Allegheny... Need to get to office, but hoping to do so when temps rises.

Chief - Good looking machine. YesYesSmile, Wink & Grin

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Posted by lion88roar on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 7:56 AM

KRM

lion88roar

If that were an option, but unfortunately it is not. We get to do a framing walk-through and at that time I will mention it to the builder. We aren't involved in the actual construction, anything additional we have to pay $$$ for.


 
Brent that is nuts!! I did not say pay for it I ment you do it. It is your house, just tell the builder you are going to do it before drywall. I just told our builder I was going to do it and he said fine. Not like that guy was not milking me enough already.  But then this house was not my first rodeo having done one after the tornado in 1990. JMHO, If they won't let you put in backers yourself then that builder is BS.
Can't hurt to ask.
A few flakes and the same crazy weather report for tonight and tomorrow as SJ's. Looking at it we should be fine,,,DougM,,Not so much!
 

While I agree with you, we're talking about an active construction zone. I am not a licensed contractor. I will be able to walk through, I do not know about actually doing work. Smile

This was something I was going to ask during the pre-construction meeting with the building supervisor, and due to time, I forgot.

The thing that bothered both TheVPQ and I was we were not able to walk through a model of the home. We did get to walk through another home owner's house, but it appeared they were still moving in - or not settled - so we weren't able to get a good feel for things. We are hoping we will be able to be more thorough when we do the framing walk through and then the pre-drywall walk through.

The buiding supervisor recommended bringing floorplans, tape measure, camera, and video camera so we can take all the pictures and measurements we want.

I will also be talking to the electrician about wiring because I don't want 300 switches. I won't need them. I want to go with a Smart Lighting using LED bulbs so I can walk into a room and say 'Turn on living room light' or whatever and when I am in bed, or out of town, I can turn on my phone and make sure the lights are off or the lighting sequence is active. The new house will not be as remote as our existing home, so the security system is going to be critical. We'll actually be very close to two major road intersections and only 4 miles off the interstate.

Just waiting for them to dig the hole now... then the fun begins.

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Posted by KRM on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 8:08 AM

Good morning,

NICE Chief, why I have small curves so I can't spend that kind of money. Laugh

32 degrees heading to 33. Everything is covered with a thick coat of ICE. That was not called out in the weather report I saw. This afternoon they are calling for 50mph winds. That should play he!! with the power grid! Surprise

Brent, Good luck with the build out. It will be a trip. I did ours on off hours not when it was an active construction zone. Wink   This place is now 12 years old and I am already replacing switches. Bang Head

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Posted by Banks on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 8:12 AM

Hello there, 

Mrs is home. 4 or 5 inches of snohio overnight. Was sleeting when I left the dogs out.   Freezing rain later.

  Sunday was a good day. Mass, a trip to Sam's, and a great Pot Roast. Then got the rest of the coal in. It wasn't froze as hard as I feared. Yard seemed hard so I used a Gravely to back the trailer to the window leaving small grooves that the frost will fix. Mrs helped me get the ashes out and enough wood in to last a week or so.

Spent Monday doing house husband stuff and working on Tahoe. Still no go. Next is checking the input to the anti theft module.

88......what Kev said. You may not have much time if they're schedule is short. 

You jumped in while I was typing. You should be able to do it on evenings or weekends.

Best get on with the day.

 

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Posted by sir james I on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 8:26 AM

Jumping in with Detroit area weather. A little snow durning the night has turned to freezing rain going to rain later and then back to snow. It's 30 degrees then maybe to 38 so they say.

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