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39 minutes ago, Mick Bonwick said:

How long has that squirrel been there?

All the time on Long Walk Home, it didn’t want to leave so it stayed for the replanting.

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Thanks for more superb pictures of your beautifully modelled layout. It is always a pleasure to see your photos, they certainly show up my efforts.

 

Brian

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

Aerial view of Little Muddle and yard, tried to edit out backscene but didn't quite work as smoothly as I wanted.

 

Someone's nicked Misty!

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She’s probably away down channel after the mackeral.  

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8 hours ago, Mick Bonwick said:

 

Someone's nicked Misty!

 

5 hours ago, The Johnster said:

She’s probably away down channel after the mackeral.  

For safety, when the grandchildren are here she gets moved to a shelf.

Months ago I forgot and my grandson brought Misty downstairs to show mummy.

Talk about heart in the mouth time as when he put her down she fell on her side on the floor. Luckily no damage!

Also being low down on the layout she is at elbow height and a prime candidate to be nudged....!

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22 minutes ago, KNP said:

 

For safety, when the grandchildren are here she gets moved to a shelf.

Months ago I forgot and my grandson brought Misty downstairs to show mummy.

Talk about heart in the mouth time as when he put her down she fell on her side on the floor. Luckily no damage!

Also being low down on the layout she is at elbow height and a prime candidate to be nudged....!

 

Will you be starting a boat nudging thread?

 

:jester:

 

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On 20/08/2019 at 19:34, KNP said:

By chance, the Squadron Leader was out and about so he flew over for a quick look

 

https://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_2019_08/2276.jpg.7cb396cfd8ac26e547d2f66b696d6162.jpg

 

Plan is for a drinking trough on the left by the gate, ground chewed up a bit more by the sheep.

 

 

Farmers always put the gate in the muddiest part of the field.

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I really admire your attention to detail that makes your scenes so convincingly natural. I regularly scroll back several pages to spot the subtle additions. While providing for your sheep in their new shelter could I suggest leaving them a block of salt out for them to lick, perhaps near the drinking trough. It will keep them looking healthy,

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11 hours ago, Limpley Stoker said:

I really admire your attention to detail that makes your scenes so convincingly natural. I regularly scroll back several pages to spot the subtle additions. While providing for your sheep in their new shelter could I suggest leaving them a block of salt out for them to lick, perhaps near the drinking trough. It will keep them looking healthy,

 

What would be the scale size of said block of salt?

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On 23/08/2019 at 19:19, Podhunter said:

Farmers always put the gate in the muddiest part of the field.

Yeh....

Seems to be a national problem

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, Tony Teague said:

 

What would be the scale size of said block of salt?

This seems to be a popular brand and it’s 10 kilo in EU speak!

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