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

2Beers

It's me again.
Thanks guys.
It's crazy hot right now where I'm at.
Crazy Hot indeed,
But hey, Got you all a small little update.
;)
Finished the covered looking bridge less some red paint I needed to finish weathering.
And started an abandoned miners cabin.
Enjoy and Huge thanks for following along.
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2Beers

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::suspect Just taking the chickens for a drive. They've been cooped up forever....Cooped up.::awwcrap:laughing:
Structure needs a weeee bit more for details and Mother natures touch...but ya ;)::2thumbs
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SeanOB

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All the props and landscape come together perfectly 2Beers! And yet, any one of the features can look incredible on their own too. Pictures portray it all quite well. Hope to see more :biggthumpup:
 

2Beers

It's me again.
Thanks guys. Very appreciated.
I did start another structure ::D:, Should be able to drive threw it also.
It currently is just a rib skeleton , hope to be back on it shortly with some worthy pics.
 

Frederik

Supporting Member
That's an awesome little place to be for sure, wish I'd be close and could just drive and stop by. Lots of super work in there!
 

2Beers

It's me again.
Your pics are really making this place look amazing. The buildings are piling up: It'll be city soon.
Huge thanks, they're fun to build no doubts.
I need to get back on the little details to make them pop though.
I'm looking forward to scratch building more static junk cars, trucks, farm equipment and mining equipment to strew about haphazardly.
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2Beers

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That's an awesome little place to be for sure, wish I'd be close and could just drive and stop by. Lots of super work in there!
Thanks fred
Everyone else is moving to Idaho ahahahaaa , come join the crowd, Cost of living and the housing market is skyrocketing still at the moment.
No fears though, once Yellowstone blows ...up ....their be plenty of space to build again :laughing:

Thanks my good friend, It is slowly coming around though. My grand kids just love running around the little trails and bridges, It's a pleasure to watch them do so too.
 

2Beers

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Current situations on another structure.
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Long way to go and lots to do on it to make it look abandoned also.
Should be another fun one to drive threw, especially with the bigger trucks.
Thanks for looking.
 

2Beers

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Weather is changing.
Summer life and projects coming to a head.
Means about time to get back on my tiny truck trails.

Looking forward to using the 3D robot to print lots of littles on junk and equipment.
Hasn't been fired up in months and months and I never really got on how to use it correctly figured out either since purchase.

Should be interesting to see this years structures weather out in the Idaho elements too.
Garage doors need re hung, darn raccoons anywhooo.
Trails a mess from neglect, but hope to get it cleaned up this month and some pics.
More soon.
 

Small Factory

Fancy-Walkin'
Do you live in a high elevation area? Do you get much snow?

I have a relative that has a house in boise, and says it's pretty mild and not much snow, but in the higher elevations it's very different...
 

2Beers

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Do you live in a high elevation area? Do you get much snow?

I have a relative that has a house in boise, and says it's pretty mild and not much snow, but in the higher elevations it's very different...
Thanks Small factory.
I live about 5 hours from Boise. Small town (Lewisville).
Just out side of Idaho falls.
We do get lots of snow in my general area.
 

2Beers

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This is how things are looking for the end of the 2nd year.
Going to leave structures out in the elements and see what happens.
Enjoy and thanks for looking.
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2Beers

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Hummmm....:hmmm: stumbled upon this googling 1/10 scale boats.
Couple of ramps to drive around on...could be a fun optical course for tiny trucks..
But I don't have 12 years to build such a course.
:laughing:
Besides...what would my neighbors think ?
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