Episode 127 19 Before and After

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  1. gormo

    gormo Staff Member Administrator

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    G`day Folks,


    Just a little reminder for when you`re wondering why you have taken on the epic task of building a model railway.


    Occasionally remind yourself of what you`ve accomplished and it may inspire you to keep going.



    :cheers::tophat:Gormo
     
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  2. steve

    steve Full Member

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    Thanks Gormo. I just watched your great video and loved it. Great background music too!!

    More often than not, I think we just need to re-calibrate and remember to have a bit of fun (generally), and remember to run a few trains to keep us "on track".

    Is that sounding a bit too heavy??

    Thanks again Gormo.
     
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    G`day Steve,
    My sentiments exactly, I don`t think that`s too heavy.
    What keeps me on track is the fun I see my Grandsons having when we get out to the shed and run trains.
    They are still very young, so they`re not interested in how things were made, or in particularly good modelling or realistic weathering. They just want to run trains and play with the model cars.
    I could be running 1950`s Triang for them and it would still be great fun.
    So with that in mind, I`m resetting some of my ideas to make things a bit easier for the little blokes.
    The background music was created on http://www.jamstudio.com/Studio/indexStudio.htm.......fairly basic stuff but good fun to fool about with.
    :cheers::tophat:Gormo
     
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