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Take a look at what goes on behind the scenes, where everything is, a closer look at parts of the tracks and more.
Great video, I figured u did both voices but at the same time the production level you produce screams 2 person operation. Great work
I left this on your Youtube video, but wanted to make sure you saw it here, as well.Great stuff there,, amigo, really impressed with the level of detail that you did for the Canyon. The little details here and there are great (and yes, I noticed the guy squashed under the rock on the original track and laughed my butt off!) This is dedication, brother ...... this is what keeps us all going. Don't ever stop what you're doing - we appreciate it.Also wanted to ask: the truck with the engine in the bed in front of the diner. What IS that one?
This was great!
Very fun tour of your operations, amazing what you've been able to cram in your space! I'm certainly going to steal some ideas when I get to rethinking my own space.
Side related...I know that being at home over the past year gave all of us time closer to our toys on a more regular basis (even with day jobs), but I was just wondering how you expect your day job to impact your hobby job as things come out of lockdown? Or was your day job an at-home gig even pre-lockdown?
I guess that's even a larger question for everyone that I'm trying to figure out myself as my return to being in-office looms closer and closer.
I said it on facebook and I'll say it here! I was totally convinced Thom & Frank were 2 different people! Makes me appreciate all the hard work even more!
Wow. That is ten kinds of inspiring. I shared with some engineer friends at work. Maximizing space is a crowd-pleaser! Also makes me re-think how I'm using the space in my own shed.