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Job's Modelling

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On Facebook I use Miss Parker to write about her research of the historical buildings of Littleworth and her daily life in the 1950’s. I separate the story there from my modelling information.

So, Miss Parker continues:

When I come back in Green Lane, I see the Austin pick up from Mr. James Nash standing in in the lane. Mr. Nash has a pet shop on Station Road in Northall where I sometimes buy some Spratt’s cat food. The Piggott sisters order their animal food there. Mr. Nash is probably delivering some Thornley’s pig food and some chicken food to Apple Tree cottage. Mr. Nash is talking to Miss Mary Piggott. They are looking to Jo, one of the Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs.

I have another look and go into Rose Cottage. I have to make telephone call for an appointment with the National Provincial Bank to see if I can get a mortgage for the improvement of my cottage.

 

Modelling information.

The Pet shop on Station Road is made for my granddaughter a while ago. But fits in to my story.

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Today I finally finished Apple Tree cottage. The flashing around the chimney’s is done. More about Apple Tree cottage in a next entry. I made some new pictures with the Austin A70 pick up. Now with some pig food and chicken food sacks for Jo & Co, the pigs, of the Piggott sisters.

 

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Information about how I made the Austin A70 you can find here:

 

Comments and suggestions are welcome.

 

Greetings,

Job

 

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  • RMweb Gold

Nice to see some vegetation beginning to appear in your modelling Job. Not just the tree but grass and sunflowers. Are the latter from Busch?

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4 hours ago, Mikkel said:

Nice to see some vegetation beginning to appear in your modelling Job. Not just the tree but grass and sunflowers. Are the latter from Busch?

 

The apple tree, most of the vegetation and the sunflowers are from Busch. I also use Woodland Scenics.

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