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good job on aging the wood, looking great.
I started looking ahead to next steps and noted the curved mudgaurds for the front cab, as is and if placed as the instructions indicate, will sit ON TOP of the running boards; unlike the picture on the box where they fold slightly under the runni...
A little more work on the old Snow Coach tonight. Put on the final base coat on the bottom and front of the truck bed. This will see come weathering, in the spots I can get to leater...but for now, it's paint that I might not be able to applu late...
Started to paint the areas that I won't be able to get to, or easily get to...but I'm a tad lazy to dig out the airbrush just yet so, I went with the old standby brush method. usually, I would use a craft paint, as I do with all hand brushing; how...
I like the wear and tare you are doing! If I may offer a thought, the picture of the hole that will be forward looks great, the two ends that are to the left of the hole under the strap, the upper end does not look like much is holding it in, woul...
The first time i saw the news of the Bronco 1/35 Horsa glider being released i got the Airborne Bug!
Bought all the books and magazines,figures and more i could find (and more coming)
Got these from one collector
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Army air corps ,glider pilot regiment
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The Border regiment
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Scottish King's borderers
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Ten more to go
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This is my baby....
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A Dean acoustic guitar, low action, and sweet to play.
This is one of those things where I've always wondered if I could do this. It's something that has sat on the back burner for decades, really grabbing my attention in my early 20's. My mom died when I was 14. One day, my dad hung this guitar (in rather sad shape, I might add) on the wall in a spare room. I couldn't figure out what was up with this sudden appearance so I had to ask. Turns out, my mom played! Self-taught! Her favorite song to play and sing was "Buttons & Bows". I gotta tell 'ya...that blew my mind! And for some reason, it stuck in the back of my mind.
I remember shortly thereafter, going into a music store to look at guitars (my moms was a wreck and beyond hope), but they were way out of my price range, working in high school at the local movie theater scraping gum off the floors and changing bulbs and such. Low pay, inglorious work.
Three decades later, I've finally reached the point where I am drawing the sword out of the sheath and facing the dragon on equal ground. My wife bought me this axe and I'm on a mission! This is going to represent many years of serious commitment on my part if followed through to fruition.
I played drums in the past, and was pretty darned good if I do say so myself And then for 17 years, I taught wrote percussion music (called charts) for Drum & Bugle Corps....though 2000. But since then, music has been lacking in my life. Enter back in....with the acoustic guitar!!!
I've been working at it for a little over a year now and making some decent progress. I'm even trying my best to hold a tune singing with it!!!
The only problem is, all the dogs in the neighborhood howl like their tails are on fire when I play.
Everyone's a critic!
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I just bought the core set and a couple additional ships, and I will confess I haven't even opened them yet. But I believe the bases are square/rectangular, which might make it a bit difficult to play on hexes...I swear I've seen them at Cons though, on hex mats.
I am considering using them with the "Silent Death" rules set.
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Looking for a Graf Spee crewman; Erwin Schelz
Born Jan 19 , 1917 or Jan 17, 1919
Seaman First Class Division 1 Graf Spee,
What happened to him, does anyone have a photo
D Day ,Market garden, Beret badges of the Arborne units
Piet - 27 Aug 2014 07:49 AM