narrow gauge convention - Pasadena

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Randy Hees
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narrow gauge convention - Pasadena

Post by Randy Hees » Sun Aug 04, 2013 3:12 pm

This year's narrow gauge convention is in Pasadena.

I will be there on Thursday, giving an early talk with the Farmer's on Colorado & Southern - DSP&P cabooses

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Re: narrow gauge convention - Pasadena

Post by Solomani » Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:19 pm

Might see you there Randy as we are going also. I promise this time you won't have to winch us off a berm.

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Re: narrow gauge convention - Pasadena

Post by Andrew Brandon » Wed Aug 07, 2013 11:34 am

Give him enough time and he'll be able to park that Jeep by hanging it like a bat...
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Re: narrow gauge convention - Pasadena

Post by Randy Hees » Wed Aug 07, 2013 6:20 pm

In the Monkey Wrench gang, George Washington Hayduke does a free repel with jeep off a mesa near Monument Valley...

I tried hanging mine from a tree but tore the tree down instead... (I was trying to take the tree down, but hanging it was a possibility... (narrow gauge content... the tree was hanging low over our track and our NWP caboose wouldn't clear. I didn't have a chain saw handy))

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