Saturday, July 30, 2005

More Photos From Train Day!

Harmon's Photo Album from Train Day

     

4 comments:

shaz19743 said...

Just checked out these fab photos and OHHHHMYYYYGODDDD !
You guys must have like read the blueprints in my mind for the most perfect house ever in the world and like built it !
Its breathtaking ! Im seriously sitting here trying to lift my jaw up from the floor its so beautiful ......dont suppose you need a hired hand around the place ?
Im a dab hand at polishing trains and i dont take up much space hehe x

thisismary said...

Hey Shazzer!

Re: your: "You guys must have like read the blueprints in my mind for the most perfect house ever in the world and like built it !"

Thanks! Are we by chance twins separated at birth?  It IS my idea of the perfect house, no, litterally -- would have no excuse for it to be otherwise seein as how I did the plans and the fella, I and 2 guys from up the road built it.  No joke. Proving that there is nothing in this world ya can't have if you are willing to study, work harder than you thought possible and are willing to put up with some swearing and smooshed fingers.  :-)

shadp said...

What a marvellous collection of photos - courtesy of Harmon. That whole place of yours looks absolutely breathtaking - an incredible estate! And, be warned - if I ever make some money again, I shall fly straight to the US of A just for your annual railroad day - you better believe it! Some truly amazing locomotives there. But I think my favourites are those 'speeders'! Thanks for that wonderful diversion.

David.

shaz19743 said...

Mary ....that is one major inspiration i can tell you ......if i could achieve something like that and have built it myself no less id die a happy shazzer !
Laughing at the twins separated at birth ....yanno there could be something in this .....i too frequently find myself in grocery stores taking to the shelves of doritos and i have a strange inexplicable love of all things americana ....could there have been a transatlantic stork incident whereby the second delivery got blown off course and ended up in the land of tarten ?