2MNYTRZ new license plateToo many trees.
I?d still drive to Lowe?s even if the Depot was closer. Home Depot sucks and it knows it.So I see you're a Lowe's man. I prefer the blue to the orange myself... mainly because it's closer to my house.
The Folly is looking nice in it's new spring wardrobe!
I don?t think I?ll be intentionally lighting my backyard on fire any time soon.Does Uncle Albert heed Smokey the Bear's forest fire prevention techniques? Or will there be a burnt trail run one day. Just saying it would be cool, even if it's in your backyard at 1/10th the scale. That's only like 3 arborvitaes.
Thanks!Wow! Just incredible!
I'm new to the hobby, just starting to deep my feet in, and have read over this entire thread. Truly inspirational as are all the threads and posts I have had the chance to read.
I consider myself very lucky.Wish I had the space to build something like this. Really awesome!
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Forgot tiny truck in fore ground..
I'll let it slide this time
Smiggins rocks... "n00b".
Such an inspirational and awesome play ground.
Been a fantastic journey watching it all come together.
Thanks for the share.
I like it! Good idea.
It looks like an amazing place and it?s so great to see so many people involved. I wish I had some like-minded builders in my area but sadly there are none.
Cheers! I love what you?re doing.
Crawler Addict built this amazing copper still and I knew exactly where it needed to go. With the 2beers built Ford in the background. Gives it the Appalachian mountain feel I reckon.
I think that the admins purposely do not have a like/thumbs up button so that one must word a reply (to keep it more personal and promote discussion). It seems to have worked, because I agree with you.... that pic of the still and old ford body is amazing.
I have watched your YT videos (subscribed), especially Smiggin's Foley vids, so many times - this is simply the BEST I've seen! I know that it took time to get all the vegetation to fall in place, small details and coordinating scale models are spot on - you have to have that "vision" - Thanks so much for sharing.