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The adventure continues and thanks for the invite to those of us who enjoy the story/layout concept.  This is what helps keep many of us active in the hobby without getting bored to the point one looses interest, the layout gets ripped up, never to be rebuilt ever again.  

What, no Harley-Davidson bikes?  Well, you can always bring them to life on the KC&G!

I lost my all time best friend to a stroke in 2006.  We met in a Tampa Florida hobby shop one late winter afternoon in 1962 after my step dad moved us from Texas back to the Sunshine State the second time.  I was BLT in Dallas, TX, 7-4-46, Robert was BLT in Tampa FL, 1-4-47.  Funny, he had an interest in The Katy and me, in the Atlantic Coast Line.  How fate works sometimes is wierd to say the least.

I'm sure I'm not alone when I ask you to please include pix of any new progress made on the KC&G.

Joe

Note: The Malarky "up yonder" was modified on 2/24/21.

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