:dunno: no comment? no questions?I went down to San Clemente a few days ago and was inspired to do a N scale layout representation of the surfline. I have several questions: what can I use to model sand? How do I make rocks? How do I model waves and surf?
:dunno: no comment? no questions?
Did you forgot you posted this?
Or did you give up the surfline ideal?
Mind over matter, on the positive side if he posts pictures of a winter scene in the dog days of summer when it is 100 outside it might cool you down looking at it.As a kid, every time we had a snowball fight, I'd get one or two down my shirt...didn't enjoy that.
As a firefighter, I've fought too many fires in sub-zero cold...and didn't enjoy that either!
I guess I'm saying if you want to idolize winter, have at it, but I might not even enjoy the pictures if you post any!! :hah::sly:
Didnt know Michaels had a sand product available, Have you tried it?
Ed, you just might be right about mind over matter. At 100+ degrees outside, I just might come look at his pics!!Mind over matter, on the positive side if he posts pictures of a winter scene in the dog days of summer when it is 100 outside it might cool you down looking at it.
Works for me, I find a nice cold winter movie and watch it.
I don't know what is worse when fighting a fire?
Fighting it with all the freezing at -10 or 100 hot and humid and you're in full gear, self contained breathing with mask, suit, boots, helmet, etc.
Either way sucks if you think about it. :smokin: