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

Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by N Gauger, Jun 17, 2007.

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  1. Chief Eagles

    Chief Eagles Active Member

    RT, for a Yam Dankee, you sure love to brag Southern. sign1 Roy, yes I posted the Fat Cat picture here first.
    Jim F, Ketchup!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sandwich!!!!!:|

    Frank53, both faces are sleepy so going to bed early. [you loved that one so good]. Busy day tomorrow. Dr's apt in AM, lunch with daughter and County Commissioners Meeting in the afternoon. Wife is off from work until next Monday. :curse: Maybe she will shop all week except Thanksgiving.

  2. Brutus

    Brutus Member

    :agree1: Apparently, Ketchup is his favorite vegetable.

    G'night, Chief. G'night Chief.

    RT - nice train collection!

    Jon, you're making me want a Thomas set for my kids - okay, for me :D
  3. Hey I just like a pretty train chief thats why I like B&O & Southern so much, both southern and B&O have real nice paint schemes that I like. By the way those engines (southern) are U36B's I installed a williams horn/bell in the dummy unit.

    Thanks Brutas just took them out of there box for the first time last night . I've had them over a year lol.

    well think I'm heading to sleep time its catching up with me.
  4. laz57

    laz57 Member

    First a big hello to ya. And second wish I could send YUZ GIZ some. We got all the leaves on the trees here and got to suck em up with the tractor. Don't suck to good with them plastered to the ground. Been watchen the news and they did lots o reporting on your situation. I'll do a rain dance for you. Maybe help out? Probably get struck by lightning, bad dancer.
  5. laz57

    laz57 Member

    Ran trains for about an hour tonight, NO PILEUPS. Ran my K-LINE PA> F3s ABBA all smoking up a storm.
  6. jeffrey-wimberl

    jeffrey-wimberl Active Member

    My nephew had chalk teeth when he was young and adored ketchup sandwiches. Later he added lettuce and onions and eventually got around to putting some sandwich meat on them.
  7. Brutus

    Brutus Member

    We told him no more cheese today - kid would live on cheese and ketchup if we let him!

    Wife is eyeballing the laptop, so will be gone soon - TTFN
  8. dwiemer

    dwiemer Member

    Hello everyone. Just took a phone call from Dad, Mom is in the hospital. She is dehydrated from vomitting. She has a history of heart surgery and they will want to stay on top of this.

    Got some wiring done on layout. Before long, I may have more than one loop running trains. Plan is to get this done quickly and start on scenery. Wife wants it done so I can free up some space and get the trains out of the kids closets.

    Well, I have a case to do dark early, so I better get some sleep. I hope everyone has a good week ahead,
    God Bless,
  9. steamhead

    steamhead Active Member

    Jon...I see you've caught the "Grandpa Syndrome"...Ain't it sweet..?? I can spend all day with my g'kids and never even think about anything else. Kinda different from one's own kids..!!
  10. Dr. John

    Dr. John Member

    Sorry to hear about your Mom. I'll be praying for her.
  11. jefelectric

    jefelectric Member

    Hi Buckeye,

    There is a forum topic Scenery Ideas and Techniques on the OGR forum.
  12. wrmcclellan

    wrmcclellan Member


    Sorry about your mom. We will keep her in our prayers.

    Hey - what is with the clock? 12:37 am? It is 9:37 pm CST.

  13. Dr. John

    Dr. John Member

    Oh, and a belated "Thank you!" for the birthday wishes of yesterday. 'Bout ready to head to bed. Old age does that to you . . . :mrgreen:
  14. jefelectric

    jefelectric Member


    Your Mom will be in our prayers.

  15. jefelectric

    jefelectric Member

    Forgot to mention that the grass is now white. Roads and sidewalks are still bare, hope it stays that way.

    Good night all.
  16. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

    Good evening folks

    Just checking in before bed. It has been another busy one around here. We did some shopping and other errands.

    I did get downstairs to the layout and ran some trains for a time.

    Thanks for the prayers. When my wife and I got married we joined forces with my mother-in-law and father-in-law and bought a house together. It turned out to be a godsend. About three months after we got married my MIL was diagnosed with cancer. About two years later she passed away. It was fourteen years ago last month. My wife and I swear if my FIL had been living alone after that he would have been dead in a couple of months. Now he has a twelve year granddaughter and nine year grandson that keep him busy.

    You keep that stuff out in central PA. We don’t need none down here in the Delaware Valley.

    I hope everyone has a good evening.
  17. Frank53

    Frank53 Member


    My best wishes to you in hopes everything works out for your Mom.
  18. Frank53

    Frank53 Member

    Track planning continues:
  19. Dennis hope the best for your Mom.

    Frank all I can say when ever I see shots like the above is Awsume! The santa fe look good but my B&O would look better in the back ground LOL.
  20. Frank53

    Frank53 Member

    Thanks - what year was that B&O built? :mrgreen:
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