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QVC had these on sale the other day.
Fake but really look real, don't grow and no need to water.
Kind of pricey when not on sale.
I think they were around 32 bucks on sale.

https://www.qvc.com/qvc.product.M49193.html?colorId=000&sizeId=000&ref=GBA&cm_mmc=GOOGLESHOPPINGFEED-_-GShopping|M|Generic|home+decor-_-pla-_-s|dc_44906291427_aud-295964528806:pla-459694112281__M49193-000-000_&mkwid=s|dc_pcrid_44906291427_459694112281_pkw__pmt__productid_M49193-000-000&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsfqNsKDA5AIVAp-fCh1PRg_5EAQYAiABEgLjrPD_BwE

Keep those trimmed down don't let them get out of hand.

I wonder how many ghosts are enjoying watching you build your RR? :D
 

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Question,
As you go along you are adding more and more buildings and things.

Do you leave them all out there or do you set them all up and bring them in everyday?

I know that you must bring them in for the winter?
But during an event do you leave them out for the weekend?
If so and it rains I am curious about the effect of the water on them.

Speaking of snow, do you have a snowblower locomotive to run to take a video in the winter? :):thumbsup:

 

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Hi. Have not been doing much but we started working on an elevated section or phase III. Half of stone work will lead to the other half via a trestle. Part of the stone work goes over an existing track via a tunnel.
We put in two access frames over the tunnel in case of a derailment.
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Hi. Have not been doing much but we started working on an elevated section or phase III. Half of stone work will lead to the other half via a trestle. Part of the stone work goes over an existing track via a tunnel.
We put in two access frames over the tunnel in case of a derailment. View attachment 543827
 
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