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post Feb 12 2018, 07:24 AM
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Bright sun but cold, 10 degrees. The sun is pretty, the snow sparkling like King Solomanís Mines....a movie we watched last night.

I see the road crew finally got out mid afternoon yesterday and cleared off some of the snow. I have to go out and clear off what they dumped in my driveway. I also have to run outside in deep stuff and clear off the Diretv dish as we lost signal.

Health and safety to all.

Stand UP for AMERICA!!

Karl N. Scribner
Kentucky Southern Railway

Sunfield Township, Michigan
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post Feb 12 2018, 07:54 AM
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Yard Master

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Good morning from sunny and cold Northeast Ohio, temps in the 20's
today after mid 30's and 40's over the weekend. Saturday morning woke
up to freezing rain, when I went to drive out of the development the road
was like a sheet of glass, slipping and sliding all over the road, my CO went
out to walk the dog and did not notice how slippery the street was and fell
pretty hard on the street, but all seems okay other than bruising.

Friday night bowled a 193-210-203, would have been better but 6 splits
were fatal to the team winning any points.

Over the weekend I painted a second coat of yellow on a boxcar and then
worked on building a 60' Berwick Boxcar Kit. Also did some decal work on
a 50' RBL and a 50' PS1 Boxcar. Also installed some more roofwalk supports
on an Eastern Car Works ACF Covered Hopper.

See you all later!


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post Feb 14 2018, 03:40 AM
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Weather - This humidity is killing us. They tell us a coule more days Uggg.
Attended funeral of a mate I've known since I moved to Grafton. Fellow truckie and lawn mower mech. Extraordinary. Also a Holden lover like me
At 81 he himself said I had a good life. He will be missed by a huge amount of people in this town. Took 30 odd mins to clear the street of cars.
This afternoon after I settled down I started working on Phils backdrop pics. Too dang hot to do much else. That was frustrating too but I have it sorted.
Taking wife to heart Dr tomorrow , then to see Phil and his wife and hand over pics

Cheers Les
Mountains to sea Rail Bulk Haulage

Les Staff Grafton NSW Australia
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