Hemming and Hawing and otherwise Procrastinating
Tue, 2012-06-26 14:20 — switchman
I've got a 10' wide by 11' long room. I've built my benchwork in the rough shape of a "U." 8.5' on the North, 8.5' on the East, 6' on the west. The N&E sides are 40" wide and the West side is 16" wide. All legs have wheels so reach is not an issue. Great! Terrific!!
But for over a year, I've been hemming and hawing and otherwise procrastinating on starting to build my N scale layout.
Using RTS I have designed 6 different track plans, checked out Atlas Layout books 1 & 2, MR's 101 & 102 Track plans, and copied two from MRR's site. But I keep changing my mind about the kind of track plan to use.
I like lots of scenery and I also like lots of track. But I also like lots of industry, cities, and towns. So I keep looking and changing then discarding track plans.
Granted Life has caused some delays But it's mostly me.
Am I the only one to encounter this phenomenon?
Is there anyone with advise or suggestions on how to get over this giant speed bump?
Now don't suggest things that are physically impossible or will hurt. Or that I consider visiting Doctor Iam a Quack or his partner Dr Argue.
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