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Old 01-05-2015, 06:30 PM   #71
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Here is my work in progress! Been at this since April 2001. Nearly everything is Lionel and the new Legacy command control system. I have some old Lionel postwar items as well. I guess at 70 I may never get too old to play with trains.
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I also do a lot of railfanning. The steam engine you see with the passenger cars in the picture is Union Pacific's 844. I get to see it sometimes 1-2 times a year as it comes through the Midwest.
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All my passions revolve around water. Drag racing is a part of it too.
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This was mine up until 2008. Been racing since I was 18. Also love cycling and this is what I do mostly now, when I'm not working or headed somewhere in the RV.
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i love spring turkey hunting,,,and live for offroading,,,i love the fast steep hill climbs and the slow technical crawls,,,,and anything that goes really fast whyle being on the verg of out of controll....im sure there are a few on here because of what i see....


i had that 911 ruff twin turbo back when it was new...lol
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GV was one of my favorite tracks. The last NHRA Divisional race was held there in '85. Oscar's/Wally's weren't awarded to Sportsman racers till the '86 season... at least in D-4. These trophies aren't very common which makes it one of my favorites.
i remember Mr Bardall i donated pics to his hall of fame at Kenedale
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Not much activity here lately, have we depleted all the favorite pastimes?

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We do clocks...among too many other things.

Atmos are the ones we like to hunt ...challenge to get them at estate sales before the other hunters.
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Bonefishing!
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Do you eat them?
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Hell NO!

You will end up with a mouth full of BONES!



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You will end up with a mouth full of BONES!



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Love the grey ghosts, but still trying for a Permit, I haven't quite pulled all my hair out yet.
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Bonefishing in the Bahama's - Hell Ya !
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