Heather and Jason have been back in touch.
Theirs is a story of tenacity and dedication – they had to up sticks and move, which is never easy when it comes to taking your layout with you.
But they weren’t put off.
It’s far from finished but they’ve made massive progress, even in the face of adversity.
Don’t just take my word for it – look at their last post and see for yourself. It’s at the bottom of this one.
“Hi there, we have been able to repair damage that the mover did to our set.
I have been sitting around in the wheel chair doing some extra stuff to the set while Jason is away working, but now everything has to stop once again as what was to be our long term house turns out not to be.
We don’t know if we have to move again or not so again we have a darn hold up on doing our layout
Talk to you soon.
Heather & Jason”
I do enjoy seeing the organised chaos of a half built layout. They all look so wild before they take shape and morph into a sedate scene, which gives endless satisfaction. And fun.
You can see Heather and Jason have been busy with some of the print out scenery too, which is always good to see.
Don’t forget the silly sale for the brand new scratch build kit won’t last for ever.
YOu get $136 worth of print out scenery for just $9.
It all comes bundled free with the Beginner’s Guide.
I know many of you already have the Beginner’s Guide and are just buying for the new scratch build kit, and that’s absolutely fine.
But please don’t hang about – the sale is just for a few days.
All the prints are HO scale.
Reduce by 54% for N scale.
Increase by 143% for O scale.
And below are just some of the buildings you can make with the scratch build kits – it’s only limited by your imagination:
Please remember though – it’s only for a few days.
Then it all goes back to normal.
Course, I’m biased but it’s great value:
You get $136 worth of print out building for just $9, including the Beginner’s Guide, so please don’t hang about, grab it while you can.
PS Don’t worry if you’ve already got the Beginner’s Guide, I know a lot of you are just buying for the prints and that’s fine.
I’ve bundled them with the Beginner’s Guide so hopefully one or two of you will start that diorama, or design a track plan, or start laying track… you get the idea.
And here’s John explaining some other stuff about the kits: