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Thread: Idaho's "Rocky River Farms".... and Trails. My journey for a back yard RC world

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    Seems kinda mean to make someone using the phone stand out in the rain, and risk falling off your porch. Though that payphone looks great from what i remember!
    Well great now you're probably gonna need a trashcan somewhere around that drink machine.

    Have you tried the Malotow chrome paint pens yet? The phone looked clean enough it probably still has good chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzen View Post
    Seems kinda mean to make someone using the phone stand out in the rain, and risk falling off your porch. Though that payphone looks great from what i remember!
    Well great now you're probably gonna need a trashcan somewhere around that drink machine.

    Have you tried the Malotow chrome paint pens yet? The phone looked clean enough it probably still has good chrome.
    Thanks Frizz.
    I ended up moving the soda machine inside the store area.
    I too remember always having emergency change in the pocket or vehicles to use in pay phones. Keep the parents informed of my ware abouts and doings ...heheheheee "getting old I guess".

    I have tried the paint pens. mostly in my model car days.
    I have HVAC tape and was planning on using it(chrome), but as this will be throwed out side in the elements and probably just passed by driving tiny trucks..I opted to just paint.
    Probably almost done working on this structure. Needs removable roofs made and a few little details added on out side of It.
    But ya, Thinking almost good enough to move on with the next build.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    Wow, So fun looking through the pages of this post, (new to the forum) from the humble beginnings of a rough trail, to some deep levels of detail here with the garage. Cant wait to see whats next and thanks for some serious inspiration!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawlboss420 View Post
    Wow, So fun looking through the pages of this post, (new to the forum) from the humble beginnings of a rough trail, to some deep levels of detail here with the garage. Cant wait to see whats next and thanks for some serious inspiration!!
    Thanks.
    We all have to start somewhere if we want a back yard trail of sorts.
    It's nice to be able to just step out side and just drive em.

    Hope to have two large loads of dirt brought in before spring, possibly three, mad money pending
    The table saw order was a never happening thing, had to cancel order...ugh.
    But once I get back to ordering one, Plans are to maybe build some more simple structures. Thinking mining ghost town of sorts and go from their.

    Thanks for following along.
    I am ready to put some lights in the gas station then put a roof on it.
    just need to focus and get it done....time permitting.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    I just browsed the thread start to finish. Spectacular work sir. Looking forward to seeing you resume work outdoors again in the spring.

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    Same here, I just read it all at once, that really shows your wide talent spectrum

    Lots of those details are crazy in a good way. Lots of inspiring stuff!

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    Wow ! Been a long time i didn't come here, magnificent garage my friend !
    Jsscale team driver
    IG : @klakone

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    Came here for a backyard trail and was captivated by the evolution of Greenwood Garage. All that detail is killer! Keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimK View Post
    I just browsed the thread start to finish. Spectacular work sir. Looking forward to seeing you resume work outdoors again in the spring.
    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik View Post
    Same here, I just read it all at once, that really shows your wide talent spectrum

    Lots of those details are crazy in a good way. Lots of inspiring stuff!
    Quote Originally Posted by klako View Post
    Wow ! Been a long time i didn't come here, magnificent garage my friend !
    Quote Originally Posted by CruisinE2W View Post
    Came here for a backyard trail and was captivated by the evolution of Greenwood Garage. All that detail is killer! Keep it up.
    Huge thanks everyone.
    Back yard is still currently under snow, even the trails under the huge pine trees.
    Working 7 days a week at the moment. Hence my disappearance from the tiny truck scene.
    I am a propane Delivery driver. And the South East Idaho weather this year is just crazy.
    Sucks to work .....but fun to spend on tiny trucks.

    I too am soooooo loooooking forward to get back out and play with rocks and dirt.
    Let alone some bench time on building some more structures.
    Winter can't last to much longer. Hope to be back at it shortly my friends.
    Thanks again everyone for all the encouragements.
    very appreciated.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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