Spring York vs Fall York

Weather in Pennsylvania can be interesting.  Early April can have cold spells, and plenty of Rain.  Here in Western PA, true sunshine, may be 120 days a year. Cloudy, overcast, and moisture is the norm.  Most of the time, Pennsylvania is green, and our streams, rivers flow full.    Enjoy your trip to York PA.  

They both have ONE COMMON GROUND, People that Love Trains....I am so excited that I get to attend in April and meet so many Forum Members!!! Also, see so many Trains from Pre-War through today's Hi Technology....I plan to attend the Lionel Legacy Users Group Meeting!!!! WOW!!! Can't Wait.....

I've only been to Spring meets, but I've heard that in October, better deals *may* be had. Something to do with the sellers trying to come up with extra bucks for Christmas, so they're more willing to deal.  Like I said, no personal experience with the October meets.

Carl

TCA 07-61628, LCCA 40022, Lone Star Hi-Railers, EAA, AOPA

Farmer_Bill posted:

Hey Ted, you tried this stuff yet? 

Fresh scrapple ice cream from Wegmans: is your mouth watering, or are ...

Slice it thin, and fry it crisp. Very good with Sriracha Sauce!!!! For everyone that hasn't tried this stuff, it's the texture and not the taste that is "questionable". Slice it thick, and you're on your own! Otherwise the flavor really isn't bad at all.

Farmer_Bill posted:

Hey Ted, you tried this stuff yet? 

Fresh scrapple ice cream from Wegmans: is your mouth watering, or are ...

Scrapple is whatever was left.   Eyes nose lips gums hoofs....    

Jared the postwar kid.  Always buying alcos in any condition.  I have over 150 postwar alco engines.  I need the olive drab m&stl

With all the fretting about those public people being allowed in, I wonder how many of them (1) know what York is all about (2) have been waiting for a time when they can get in without being a member (3) live close enough so that they don't need to rent a room, etc.  

While I'm against, in principal, allowing civilians to get the benefits of what I pay dues for, probably the whole issue is a non-issue.  It will be interesting. The only problem might be that the parking spaces and home-made french fries get 86'd earlier.

Arthur P. Bloom TCA 86-23906 "I love the smell of smoke pellets in the morning!"

PostwarKID posted:
Farmer_Bill posted:

Hey Ted, you tried this stuff yet? 

Fresh scrapple ice cream from Wegmans: is your mouth watering, or are ...

Scrapple is whatever was left.   Eyes nose lips gums hoofs....    

Eyes, nose, lips, ears, gums, hooves, testicles & penises.

Yummmmm.

(Not.)

 

 

 

RT   

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