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Posted by BATMAN on Monday, September 23, 2019 12:33 AM

Good evening all it's another wet day here out West.

The wife dragged me to the big RV show today I was just sitting down in the train room ready to accomplish something fantastic I'm sure when the "I want to go to the RV show " came from the kitchen. We got there after lunch and the crowds had thinned so it was easy getting around and in and out of the RVs. I am lukewarm on getting another one so soon but the wife likes having it at all the dog shows. The things we do for our perfect beautiful wives.Laugh

This wet weather is really playing havoc with my Arthritis to the point I am ready to bring in the heavy-duty pain control. Hawaii is looking pretty good right now and my cousin is going for two months and wants us to come for at least part of the time. She is the one that lives in a stunning waterfront home on Vancouver Island with the assortment of watercraft that lets us go out and paddle among the Orca.

Jimmy, take the plunge and get that DCC system. I was delighted the day mine showed up.Laugh

 

Speaking of transit Vancouver has had a fully automated rapid transit system since the 1980s and it has proven very reliable. We also have a huge Trolley bus fleet that is quiet and clean.

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China has its new trackless streetcar system that I believe they have developed with Bombardier. I have heard rumours it is being looked at for a replacement for the trollies. Fully autonomous (driverless) no tracks makes for much lower operating cost. 

 

John glad you enjoyed the hiking trip, did you do overnight backpacking or just day trips. I did a lot of multinight trips into the backcountry when I was a lot younger, nothin like it, I wish I was still up to doing it again. Those packs were pretty heavy on some of those trips. Did a few canoe trips as well, so just add a canoe to the load when doing portages. Laugh

Garry, Kevin and MLC, you guys look like a good time was had by all.Yes

So Henry, now you have been home awhile and had a chance to digest, what is the verdict on your trip. You should have stayed on in Vancouver and Victoria a few extra days seeing as you had come all this way. Lots left to do and see next time. All visitors should rent a Kayak and experience the silence of an early morning paddle. Do this three days in a row and you will know the meaning of being relaxed and rested.

Had a great time at the Greek restaurant last night. Not just our group but it seemed like all the patrons were of the same mindset and it turned into a bit of a party atmosphere. We had a couple of bottles of really nice red wine and I can't remember what the name of it was. I want to get some to stock the bar. We were at the restaurant for 3 hours so no wonder I can't remember.WhistlingLaugh

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Posted by hon30critter on Monday, September 23, 2019 12:58 AM

Hi Brent,

Dianne and I had a similar experience with Orcas a couple of years ago when we were staying at the Grizzly Bear Lodge on Minstrel Island just east of the northern tip of Vancouver Island. We were in a small (20') boat. We saw a pod of Orcas several hundred metres away so our guide George shut off the motor so we could sit and watch. We got more than our money's worth. The pod came straight towards us and they were being extremely vocal. Our guide said he had not heard a pod being so vocal all summer!

As they got closer one of them did some sky hopping (I hope I have that term correct - that is when they stand up with their heads well out of the water so they can see what is going on around them). They swam directly under our boat. If I had stepped over the side I could have stood on their backs (not that I would ever attempt to do something so stupid and disrespectful to them). That was truly a once in a lifetime moment! I'll see if I can post the video.

Dave

 

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Monday, September 23, 2019 2:18 AM

Hi Guys!

Autumn says hello with the same nice weather last ummer sais goodbye with. We will be enjoying a pleasant day. The leaves start to change their color and the sky is filled with the calls of geese and herons heading south. Mother Nature at her best!

During my days on Bainbridge Island, WA. I was able to watch Orcas whenever I took the ferry to Seattle. Some sight! There is something truly royal to these animals!

Brent - trolley buses enjoy a degree of popularity in good old Europe. Salzburg in Austria still has quite an extensive network and so does Solingen in Germany. They are even more popular in waht was formerly the Soviet Union. I have my doubts that they are really an alternative to light rail systems as long as they share the road with other cars and trucks. The Chinese virtual rail tram looks promising - time will tell.

Have a great 1st day of Fall!

Happy times!

Ulrich (aka The Tin Man)

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Posted by gmpullman on Monday, September 23, 2019 6:28 AM

Good Monday Morning everyone —

hon30critter
Edit, please help me out. I'm having a C.R.A.F.T. moment, i.e. I Can't Remember A Frigging Thing!! How do I post a video? Thanks. Dave

Hi, Dave

For any of the YouTube videos simply highlight and copy the address from the YouTube URL address line. Then in MR click the filmstrip icon:

 MR_clip by Edmund, on Flickr

Once this window opens I simply use Ctrl + V to paste the URL address in the SOURCE textbox. Leave the other lines blank.

 MR_clip2 by Edmund, on Flickr

Have a try, can't hurt. There is another, more involved process to "imbed" a video from another source but unless you really need that I'll skip it.

Glad to see your work on updating your club's website Yes

Speaking of videos, I came across this neat newsreel film of the Marion 5600:

Can you imagine being there, all those people around the moving machine. Even standing in front of the crawler treads while it is crabbing forward? There was some kind of "oops" moment at 6:05!

I've been looking for a sound effects track to play in the background of my Hulett ore unloaders — this is IT! Smile

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Posted by York1 on Monday, September 23, 2019 9:56 AM

Good morning, everyone.  It's good to be back on home schedule, although I had a great time being gone.

This trip was the first time in over 40 years that I took a trip without my wife.  She is not a hiker - camper - rugged life.  Her idea of a vacation is a bed at Hampton Inn.

 

BATMAN
John glad you enjoyed the hiking trip, did you do overnight backpacking or just day trips.

When I was younger, I hiked the Grand Canyon to spend the night at Phantom Ranch.  Lots of other trips like that.  Also, each year, I would take our graduating students on a three-day canoeing, camping trip.  I loved that, and so did the students.  I never got much sleep on those trips -- had to keep the girls out of the boys' tents.

Unfortunately, I think I'm too old to do that kind of trip anymore.  While I did hiking on this trip, the elevations bothered me enough that I did not complete some trails.

 

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I am wearing my blue Golden Spike shirt. 

Garry, I'm glad to hear you are feeling better!

 

BroadwayLion
At the moment the Lion is in Newark New Jersey, stayng at Newark Abbey.   I'll be backhome Oct 2nd, ROAR

Lion, you can go to Wall Street in NYC.  I could see Wall Street on the Navajo Loop at Bryce Canyon.  I wish there was a subway to get there;  I couldn't quite make the hike to it with my old lungs.

 

Tinplate Toddler
Autumn says hello with the same nice weather last ummer sais goodbye with. We will be enjoying a pleasant day. The leaves start to change their color and the sky is filled with the calls of geese and herons heading south. Mother Nature at her best!

It's the same for us here on the North American plains.  Harvest is beginning, leaves are changing, the morning walks are in cool air -- it's a great time of year.

 

After time away, I'm back to normal chores.  I'd prefer to be away.

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Monday, September 23, 2019 1:30 PM

Kevin and MLC had a ride aboard the Burlington business car to tour the Healtland Division, yesterday. 

At the end of the day after Kevin and MRC departed ....... This S&G boxcar mysteriously appeared .... 

 

 

Kevin certainly has outstanding talent for painting and lettering frieght cars based on how this 40' boxcar looks !

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Brent .... Yes, it was a good get together, and I enjoyed meeting both Kevin and MLC .

John / York1 ..... Yes, it's good to be feeling better. Thanks for commenting.   

...... 

Just learned my sister in law and her husband of MI were in a bad car accident this morning . In hospital now. 

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Monday, September 23, 2019 2:04 PM

Prayers for a full and speedy recovery of your SIL and her husband, Garry!

Gee, I wish I had a chance of meeting you guys! I guess this will only happen in our next life.

It´s back to square 1 concerning the house hunting in Denmark. Both of the places suitable for what we need have been sold in the meantime and there is currently no alternative available. That sucks!

Happy times!

Ulrich (aka The Tin Man)

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Posted by Jimmy_Braum on Monday, September 23, 2019 3:48 PM

Next paycheck i am buying a nce powercab set

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Posted by BigDaddy on Monday, September 23, 2019 4:17 PM

Dave use the URL, not the share link for videos

Br Lion is he in NYC.  Years ago you could redeem a silver certificate (that's what dollar bills were before they were notes) for real silver at the Assay Office. It was maybe 1/2 a tablespoon back then. There was an adjoining jail cell with a 4' pile of gold bars.  Now they are at the Federal Reserve Bank but you need to make reservations.  

https://www.newyorkfed.org/aboutthefed/visiting.html

Ulrich we gringos must be way smarter than the EU.  The local TV stations' Autumn Forecast starts with More Dark than Light.  Better tell your friends.  You guys down under.....expect the opposite.

A run away grocery cart did $350 damage to my wife's pristine car.  No one left a note.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Monday, September 23, 2019 6:03 PM

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Kevin certainly has outstanding talent for painting and lettering frieght cars based on how this 40' boxcar looks !

 

I'll say!  That picture is HO.

Every bit as talented detailing in N.  It's no surprise looking at this boxcar that's what he modeled in the pastYes

I'm just sad I don't have enough done on my layout yet to display it more properly. 

Definitely deserves more than just a picture in a jewel case I thinkYes

 

 

TF

 

Garry   Added thoughts and prayers for your sister-in-law and her Hubby.

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Posted by BigDaddy on Monday, September 23, 2019 6:30 PM

My ex delivered my autograph book, my father's old WW2 pics, some other family pics and a bottle of my favorite steak sauce, made by Nabisco, called Escofier Robert. No photo description available. It is no longer made.  Best guess from the markings on the bottle, it was made in April 1996.

As we say down South, Bless her heart......1996?

Henry

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Posted by BroadwayLion on Monday, September 23, 2019 7:29 PM

LION took NJT to Trenton, and the the River Line to Camden.

Went aboard the USS New Jersey. Nice boat.

My airceaft carrier was bigger, but the battleship had a bigger mess deck.

Maybe theire dining hours were shorter.

On Coral See our galleys were open 28 hours a day.

ROARING

 

(Photos when I return to the cooler climes)

ROAR

 

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Monday, September 23, 2019 7:44 PM

Now that I have seen Garry's incredible layout, I know exactly the spot where his picture of the STRATTON AND GILLETTE boxcar was taken. That makes it seem more personal. I am surprised I was able to sneak it in without getting caught!

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On the way to Nashville on Saturday, I got off the Interstate in Manchester and headed South until I found a place to eat. We found a Mexican restaurant that was quite tasty. On the way back today we drove the Franklin, Tennessee and had some local barbecue.

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So... On this trip to Nashville I ate meals in FRANKLIN AND SOUTH MANCHESTER! How cool is that?

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I saw this yellow boxcar behind a gift shop in Chattanooga today. I an sure there must be some kind of a story here.

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-Kevin

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Posted by GMTRacing on Monday, September 23, 2019 8:16 PM

Good Evening All,

    Back from VIR and getting ready for COTA next week. Trucks load Friday and leave Saturday morning. Also have a truck leaving for Road Atlanta tomorrow morning for another customer and a fourth for a test at Daytona with the newly arrived Pugeot 908(sp?). Busy time.

   Garry, glad you are feeling better. It's great when diner regulars can meet. 

   I should drop in tomorrow for brekkies and coffee. It's been a long day. 

              Cheers, J.R.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Monday, September 23, 2019 8:32 PM

That's really cool you got to meet with Garry and see his layout Kevin.  I have to envy you.  I have an open invitation to go see it myself some day if I'm ever out that way again. 

As he stated, he was leaving town when I was in his neck of the woods last year.

I hope to pass through that way again someday as I would love to see Garry's beautiful work as I have seen on the Forum here.

 

I'm looking forward to that day Garry.

 

 

 

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Posted by moelarrycurly4 on Monday, September 23, 2019 9:43 PM

Here are some more scenes from Garry's Layout

 

 

 

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Posted by moelarrycurly4 on Monday, September 23, 2019 9:47 PM

 

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Posted by hon30critter on Monday, September 23, 2019 9:48 PM

gmpullman
For any of the YouTube videos simply highlight and copy the address from the YouTube URL address line. Then in MR click the filmstrip icon:

Thanks Ed,

I have figured it out but I won't post the video for now. I shortened it considerably so I will wait until YouTube processes the edit.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Monday, September 23, 2019 9:57 PM

Post hog, post hog Track Fiddler's on top.

I need to talk about another Gary I know before it gets too late.  Gary is of the best people I know right next to our good friend Ron we all recently said goodbye to.

I haven't been to my Railroad Club since our good friend Ron died and it was hard to go there without seeing him.  I will always miss Ron.  I love that man.

Gary called me and told me of a train that was coming through his hometown of St. Louis Park.

Because of all of the Light Rail work that has been going on this Deluxe passenger train was re-roughted to load passengers in Gary's hometown.

I was with my daughters that were visiting for the weekend that I had'nt seen since July.

I hadn't seen Gary for so long, I needed to stop by with my daughter's for a visit.

The orange Milwaukee Hiawatha passenger cars coupled together with the silver California Zephyr passenger car pulled by a Steam Locamotive and pushed by an E-9 I think.

I got there to the club with my daughters and all the guys came out in front of the house waiting for me.  It was good to see them all.  Gary, Paul, Terry, Bruce, Dave and you cannot forget a big part of the family (the dogs) my favorite, Oscar and Axle.  Oscar had to be told to stay out of the street.

My original favorite person that originally invited me to this club....... Paul.

Paul is an engineer that worked for both Burlington Northern and Canadian Pacific.  Retired from both.  

Paul gets to play with this toys now and has a lot of fun traveling. He is one of the coolest guys I know. 

My daughter's told me later they were so pleased and had fun riding in his beautiful Porsche as he was so kind to take us down to where we'd have the best view of the Steam locamotive coming through St. Louis Park. Formerly pointed out by Gary.

I want to thank my Daughters, Gary, Paul and my Railroad Club for such a wonderful weekend.  

 

 

Track Fiddler

 

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Posted by cudaken on Monday, September 23, 2019 10:41 PM

 Eveing Diners

 Flo, give the gang and I a Beer please and dog treats for Dirk Pip.

 Work Front the Good and the bad and the Ugly. I wished to God the crazy lady that spent $4557.00 before tax had never stepped foot in our door! So she now has to talk with our crazy lady Nancy. That will show her! Cool Sad part I now have to talk with Nancy more. Sad

 Good Part? Had $3555.00 today in sales and both couples seemed normal! Big Smile Made a extra $195.00 in spiff money to boot!

 Front Yard Front. Got the last stump out and only 3 foot of bouder left to install, spread more mulch and it is done! Surprise Well still have to plant the Pepper Mint Reed.

 Dirk Pip the American Eskimo. Tonight was the first time I have seen him in playfull mode and I enjoyed it. Wife kept saying "He could break a leg". Boy can haul Caboose when he wants to.

 Getting Closer to post some photos. Finaly remembered how to up load photos to the computer. Next is picking a hosting site.

 Later None Smoking Ken

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Monday, September 23, 2019 11:34 PM

Howdy .

It was a big scare ealier today when we learned Sister In Law and Borther In Law were in hospital because of a car accident. Their vehicle rolled over several times. Thankfully, injuries were not too bad, and SIL has been discharged. BIL already has heart problems, and he is still in hospital for tests. I think seat belts and air bags saved them. 

MLC .... Thanks for posting photos of my layout. Glad you were here. 

Kevin .... Franklin and South Manchester in the same day. Remarkable. It was a good visit. 

TF .... Yes, it is unfortunate we did not get together last year. You and all regular Diners are welcome to visit. 

 

GARRY

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Posted by hon30critter on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 12:12 AM

hon30critter
Dianne and I had a similar experience with Orcas a couple of years ago when we were staying at the Grizzly Bear Lodge on Minstrel Island just east of the northern tip of Vancouver Island. We were in a small (20') boat. We saw a pod of Orcas several hundred metres away so our guide George shut off the motor so we could sit and watch.

Here is the video:

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Posted by BATMAN on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 1:31 AM

Dave those encounters are the best. That is a great video.

My buddy and I use to fish a lot before we both got married and had kids. We would go out and mooch for salmon, that's where you turn off the boat engine and just drift with the tide with your line over the side. The orca would come right up to the boat and say hi and just kind of hang out.

A couple of times we had this happen to us, but they took the whole fish not just half. We figured they were only 20 to 30 pounders they got, nothing like this monster.

https://www.cheknews.ca/watch-whale-of-a-fishing-tale-as-orca-grabs-half-of-massive-salmon-as-its-being-reeled-in-605317/?fbclid=IwAR0Tq92yjnI08UEBz4QBRb8wXN-sKlYYKSki-gYk38PmvbDPo3GWvXeYPuc

 

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Posted by hon30critter on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 1:46 AM

Hi Brent,

Neat experiences.

The orca theft video is really interesting. They certainly aren't dumb animals. Why expend all that energy hunting salmon when the humans will bring them right to you?!?

For us, seeing the orcas up that close is likely a once-in-a-lifetime experience. If we win the lottery I think we might just move to the west coast.

Dave

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Posted by Track fiddler on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 6:35 AM

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Posted by York1 on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:19 AM

Good morning.  Not hungry today so just coffee.

It's cool, 66°, and cloudy.  It was a nice morning to walk the trail along the creek.  You can tell the seasons are changing.

The ash trees are always the first to go, and their leaves are already brown.  In a few years, all the ash trees will be dead due to the emerald ash borer.  They are about 50 miles east of here, and quickly moving this way.  It's too bad, because ash trees did so well in the Great Plains climate.

I have a lot of stuff to do today that I don't want to do.  I decided to put everything unpleasant into one day, and hopefully I can get all the chores done so I don't have to dread doing some tomorrow.

 

 

That's one small step for man, one giant step into four states at once.  Neat place where Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado meet.  One more thing checked off my bucket list.

 

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Posted by RideOnRoad on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:23 AM

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It was a big scare ealier today when we learned Sister In Law and Borther In Law were in hospital because of a car accident. Their vehicle rolled over several times. Thankfully, injuries were not too bad, and SIL has been discharged. BIL already has heart problems, and he is still in hospital for tests. I think seat belts and air bags saved them. . .

Modern technology is amazing. When I see the drivers walk away from NASCAR, Indy, and Grand Prix accidents that completely destroy their cars, I am in awe.

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Posted by York1 on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 9:34 AM

RideOnRoad
Modern technology is amazing. When I see the drivers walk away from NASCAR, Indy, and Grand Prix accidents that completely destroy their cars, I am in awe.

I agree.  Garry, I'm glad they weren't seriously injured.

Most of us here grew up when car safety meant your mother or father put their arm in front of you when the car stopped so that you didn't hit your head on the steel dashboard.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 12:48 PM

Good afternoon all.  

Glad the in-laws were'nt to seriously injured Garry, I'm still hoping the best for them. 

Unfortunately none of us know where and when things like this are going to happen, especially with so many people playing with their darn phones on the road. 

The highways are a new can of worms today.  Judy and I can vouch for that from the time we got rear-ended at 60 miles an hour by a texter when we were stoped at a dead standstill in a traffic jamb.  Neither one of us has been quite the same since.

 

Well I came home from work early today.  My knee's all jacked again.  I'm wondering if another storm is coming through soon.  This is happening a little more to frequent lately and I'm starting to get a little worried about it.  

My surgeon said next time I come in I'm going to need a new artificial knee and I do not want to go there.

 

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 1:08 PM

Good afternoon. 

Thanks for all of the comments regarding the car accident I mentioned yesterday. Both SIL and BIL are out of the hospital already. They have aches and pains, but they will be okay. The accident occurred when another vehicle ran a stop sign and hit them broadside. Their car rolled over three times. Again, seat belts and air bags saved them from worse injueries. 

GARRY

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