“Here is another waterfall created with blue paint and epoxy. By using a toothpick to stir the epoxy as it dries, you can create the rapids and water landing in the lake. This mountain river also has kayakers and a beach to the right side. Yes, that is real sand on the beach. You may remember my submission of the Erie Railroad. This is a small detail on the overall HO layout.
I hope everyone enjoys it.
And here’s the very latest installment from the talented Dave:
Latest ebay cheat sheet is here if you looking for the latest bargains.
That’s all this time!
PS Please stop reading now if you’re only interested in all things trains…
I was very surprised by the number of emails I got after I posted a pic of my new puppy.
It seems there’s a lot of you out there that love dogs just as much as trains.
Anyhow, as promised, the pic of the kennel – put together with my own two hands (and a little help from an old friend) and, dare I say it, Ted’s woodworking plans.
Anyhow, he hasn’t worked out the kennel will keep him dry yet, as you can see. He’ll go in there for treats – and that’s it. If anyone can tell me how to get him to settle in there, I’d be eternally grateful.
Don’t worry. He came back in when he dried out.