What the hell was that?!
Thanks for following along!So excited by this, always good to see more of the Folly!
Going to annoy the neighbors real good!Glad to see your making room for the 5th scale short-course trucks.
My main goal was to not have it look like a toy truck place. I wanted it to be pleasing to the eye. Luckily dirt and rocks are readily available from work. Sometimes I even find plants growing in the wild on the properties I maintain.Not only is this one of the finest scale areas, the landscaping is pleasing to the eye to those not into scale building. That is a tough balancing act I found especially when I did not get the OK to use common funding for a scale site of my own. Using scrap materials only goes so far but you seemed to have found the common ground with the other team member. Bravo and good luck sourcing stuff as it seems to be a common theme at the moment with everyone doing home remodels and using stimulus money.
been busy working on my old Chevy truck and poking away at this when it isn’t 95 degrees or raining. What a summer.Some great progress n00b.
Fully understanding the labor of love happening.
And I'm super jealous of all the trees that I'm needing too for my little area.
Honey do's and 1:1 project have me over a barrel for progress on Mine.
So keep at it and and I'll peek in at the progress.....
RedBull gives ya wings ya know, hahahahaaa It's a lot of work no doubts.
thanks for the bump! A little progress to show.(BUMP) To the top we go.
You'll probably have a whole city built by now and installed.
I have planted two trees and some elfin thyme! My favorite ground cover.