Come on back to the caboose and get a cup of coffee [or sweet ice tea] Part I

Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by Chief Eagles, Oct 2, 2005.

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  1. Good Morning Everyone :wave:

    Tom.... Nice picture. Bigger here. Radio tower. Hope wife is better today.

    Well, today is 85 and sunny and no rain. This weather can stay like this.

    I gotta get a digital camera. Scanning not working.

    Chief..... Time to get up :sleeping:

    Buckeye.... It's Tuesday :thumb:

    See you guys later, Chuck
  2. Chief Eagles

    Chief Eagles Active Member

    Chuck, up and moving. :sleeping: Tom always starts our day with a good picture. Hey our buddy Gill Fin fishing in NC. Also has a Rebel flag on his webb site. He HE HE!!! You Ohizo boys better watch out. He's our secret weapon. ;) Was cloudy and cool here but sun just poped out. Try to finish the wainscoting today. May have to take a break and go to Miss Edna's [Todd's Train Depot]. :) Have a good one and God bless all.
  3. wrmcclellan

    wrmcclellan Member

    Morning all,

    Ray, I made a slight mistake. That wig wag is a Colber model. I got Korber and Colber mixed up.

    Spanky, my wife has just recovered from a lower back spasm that laid her out for about a week. Her doctor was out of town and the on call doc would not renew the previous prescription for a muscle relaxer since she didn't have my wife's charts. So we used Advil and hot/cold packs and after about 3 days she was back up again. Interesting that with the muscle relaxers, it was about 3 days until she was up and about again. So wish your wife wll and our hopes for her to get over this soon!

    Spanky - I really like that photo of the tank car train!

    Have a great day all!
  4. Ray Marinaccio

    Ray Marinaccio Active Member

    Morning from the southwest.
    Thanks for the info on the wig-wag Roy.
    I found it in a $20 box of misc. track and locomotive parts. I nursed it back to operating condition and connected it to a turn signal flasher from a car to make it swing consistently.
    Got to go feed the horses and check the fences.
    Have a good day.
  5. Chief Eagles

    Chief Eagles Active Member

    Ray, post us some pictures of your ranch and country side.
  6. Gil Finn

    Gil Finn Active Member

    Did someone mention fishing and coffee somewhere?

    It's about lunch time here in the Border State so mover over and I'll set down...I brought enuogh for this bunch I am sure.

    Those Buck-eyes wont want this "reel" food, if they dont serve it at Bob Evan's they dont know what it is, ;)

    I need a re-fill on the ice tea and I am out of slaw...

  7. Ray Marinaccio

    Ray Marinaccio Active Member

    I don't know that I would call it a ranch. We have 2.5 acres and 2 horses but it keeps me busy while my wife is at work.
    This is looking to the southeast. My wife named this horse Diesel. He was rescued from an abusive home and we adopted him. He has gained some weight and improved greatly since this photo was taken.

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  8. Gil Finn

    Gil Finn Active Member

    WOW! I though you all was talking about an O scale ranch, this is 1:1 scale :eek:

    Beautiful horse, you did well. I got a dog the same way. She wont leave my side for a minute now.

    I am trying to get this pic into my vivatar here but it is to large, can anyone scrink it down to 100 x 100 pix for me?[​IMG]
  9. Ray Marinaccio

    Ray Marinaccio Active Member

    Now your making me hungry, and I just ate breakfast.
    This is my wife and son with Diesel.

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  10. Chief Eagles

    Chief Eagles Active Member

    Gil, foooood !!!!! :) Ray, great photo. Lovely country. Post some more as you get a chance.
  11. Roger B.

    Roger B. Member

    Gil, how about saving some of that seafood for me for supper. I just got here and I'm probably too late for lunch.

    The weather here in the Athens, GA area has been great for the past few days, other than no real rain in 35 days. Shut off the AC and opened the windows. Should help the electric bill.
  12. Gil Finn

    Gil Finn Active Member

    I 'll have Bubbette fry up some fresh scrimp and hush puppies with some frozen okra from the Fridgidaire.

    Lemon marang pie for de-zert, how's that and we can set on the dock and watch the night birds come out and swoop over the river for mosqitos till its dark. (Maybe have a little Grandad and RC but the rules are we dont get loud and we dont let Bubbette know ;) )

    She said she would call the lock smith if I was 'tahta way again,"" ha ha ....she might do it to :confused:

    I gotta go, the day is wasteing.
  13. Gil.......... Yankee or not, I know good seafood. That looks great.;)

  14. Dr. John

    Dr. John Member

    The downside of moving to Prattville from Mobile last year was leaving behind all of the great seafood places.
  15. I'm gonna try some pictures again.

    Here's one of my home. 4 acres on a hill. It worked.

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  16. csxt30

    csxt30 Member

    Wow ! Lots going on over here! Food, just got home from work too. I'm hungry now! That's a neat name for a horse, Diesel, I like that ! Gill: I tried to email you & it came back. I'm not too good on the computer. If you're able to email Tom ( Spankybird ), then he could get it to me, maybe. Thanks, John
  17. csxt30

    csxt30 Member

    Chuck: just noticed your home, real nice, & getting good at posting the pictures now ! We were posting about the same time. Thanks, John
  18. Gil Finn

    Gil Finn Active Member

    I just came back fromeating Chineese, lots of sea food.

    Now I am to full to think about trains.:oops:
  19. Chief Eagles

    Chief Eagles Active Member

    Gil, that Shutterfly link I sent you should post an Advar for you. Just copy and paste it where you see the http in your profile. Good looking place Chuck and great to get pictures to work. Off to cookout for neice's B'day. Later
  20. Speaking of food.........

    Doesn't anybody have Clam-Bakes anymore?

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