John Lee Pettimore has fallen asleep with a jug as the last rays of sun filter into Sucker Creek Hollow
This is not meant to be a serious discussion...
Am I the only one who wants to shoot himself every time he sees a model railroad video with a bluegrass music soundtrack? Does every train really require a banjo to be played while it is running? LOL!
I'm starting to puke too when another current trend - jazz combo, medium tempo swing tune - music is played. I mean, trains are big powerful monstrosities yet we put the most benign uninvolving music behind them. I know trains are the most important thing but can't we put some time into choice of sound track too? :-)
Just finished with these gears for my new 1:800 scale 2 foot narrow gauge critter. Now I need to find some bearings & a motor.
Just a little more proof that us here in the Pacific Northwest are more than a little train crazy! Check out the latest Washington State Lottery commercial. I like this guy's thinking!
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