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Old 08-17-2016, 09:35:30 PM
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Who is coming to R & T this Thur, Fri, Sat.?


I will be there Sat. with my brother and nephew.
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I'll be out Friday and Saturday. I'll be in the Willock building except when the Cooper engine engine is running. I'm usually at the flywheel.

I have my Associated Chore Boy out at R&T

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Made shingles all day today, nice breeze in the am, not as humid as it has been. Decent crowd, the engine area looks a little bare.
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Old 08-18-2016, 09:48:46 AM
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I plan to be there Saturday, probably by the model building. I was planning to bring my steam powered water pump, and quite a few steam model engines, but some idiot decided to floor it out of a parking space and broadsided my R-20 Suburban. Messed with the front suspension - steering wheel cocked about 45 degrees. No injuries thank god but he probably totaled his car (serves him right). Luckily, it happened in the PD parking lot, and there were plenty of witnesses. One man and his 2 daughters even changed the front tire for me!

See you at the show!
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I am going after work today and again on Saturday . Great show takes more than one trip to see and enjoy everything.
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I will be their Friday along with another friend from Tuckahoe. A stop at the Cattail foundry first to drop off a project and donate some cast iron. Before leaving to go home a stop at the Red Caboose Motel and the Strassburg Railroad. Both should be added to your trip if you have never been their before.

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Was there today will bel back tomorrow and sat. Both engines ran great
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Andrew sorry for the wreck but that guy's Insurance owes you a rental vehicle go get a nice one and head to the show!
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