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Old 06-28-2015, 07:15 AM
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One of my goals this year... To build a place to play Truck.
Along with Some Pardonmyn00b Inspiration .....
The start of Whiskey Hill.
Long long ways to go... Huge thanks to my wife for letting me do this...again..
And she even wants to help... Bonus.

10 Hours in....... Many more to go.

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Old 06-28-2015, 09:48 AM
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Woot! Looking good buddy! Don't forget to build a miniature moonshine still some where's around on the course (whiskey hill)..! A BIG plus if it's an actual working miniature...! Then...I'm definitely gonna have to come out to tater land!...lol!
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Woot! Looking good buddy! Don't forget to build a miniature moonshine still some where's around on the course (whiskey hill)..! A BIG plus if it's an actual working miniature...! Then...I'm definitely gonna have to come out to tater land!...lol!
Subbed and can't wait to see this coming along!
Read my mind on the still...lol....
And if your in the mood when ya visit........ssshhhhhh....
I might could acquire some clear liquid..... ( hickup )..
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Read my mind on the still...lol....
And if your in the mood when ya visit........ssshhhhhh....
I might could acquire some clear liquid..... ( hickup )..
Thanks Trini.
Woot...! Some genuwine wood troll juice....
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Old 06-28-2015, 12:57 PM
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LOL..thanks Trini..
Heading out the door to move some more Rock closer.. 2 ton to play with.
Here are a few more with tiny trucks to give a start of an Idea.
It has switch backs... a better realistic bridge will be built.. and I'm going around the corner and clear to the end of the trees...lol. But will consentrate on whats began so as not to get burned out. Something i picked up with model railroading... A piece at a time so as not to be too over whelmed.

I'll get some way better pics as time progresses. Not laying in mud quite yet...lol.
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Bout forgot... I'm not into posting dead animals....
But no fears... The skunk that came out from underneath the Bully barn....
won't be telling his friends about the new cool truck park...lol.
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Papa Smiggin gave ya some inspiration?
looks awesome

I'd get more work done on mine if their wern't so many dang skeeters.
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Papa Smiggin gave ya some inspiration?
looks awesome

I'd get more work done on mine if their wern't so many dang skeeters.
Skeeter and Deer flys..ugh.. I feel your pain. A lil bug repellent .... And get after it...lol.
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Few more hours into it last night.

Re stacked some Rock here and their, Made another stair. Then covered most of the rock with dirt and sprayed down with water....."Rushing" mother nature..ahahaa. Few more pics though.
Hard to really see elevation threw photos.. I'll be working on that.
Still brain storming on Back drop sumthing for Big red barn too..huuum.
Enjoy and thanks for looking.
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Wow..! Starting to come together already buddy! Sweet!
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Wow..! Starting to come together already buddy! Sweet!
Thanks my friend.
I did a delivery yesterday to a home with a back yard very similar to mine.
Just more trees. Huge deep divots and contours every where along with all sorts of trees, moss, roots and rocks ..... really pulled some great Ideas from it.
I'm envisioning Mine like that in a few years.

Feeling good about the shade and cover the trees provide. as the sun comes around threw the trees it's always changing the looks of things. So it's never quite the same. I can't wait to get going back on it this weekend.
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Is that the old gmc and diamond t i spy back there?
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Is that the old gmc and diamond t i spy back there?
Yes um. that's the 1948 Diamond T and a 63 gmc and a trailer Ive saved with another long bed. although its sitting on a short bed chassis.

I'll be Scratch building the "T" one day for our truck section. ssshhhhhhh..lol.
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The mini t will be " nice truck" worthy I can tell already

It must be a pain trying to get parts for the big t
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