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« Reply #420 on: Jul 26th, 2011, 10:02pm »
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Hot damn!!!
 
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« Reply #421 on: Aug 14th, 2011, 5:02pm »
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Bruce, and BCRR..
Expect a long needed visit this Fri or Sat..... Bruce, I'll try to give you a call when I get into town.
 
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« Reply #422 on: Aug 29th, 2011, 10:07am »
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Bruce,
I remember you telling me about setting everything up for that pic. A truely beautiful shot.
 
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« Reply #423 on: Aug 29th, 2011, 2:28pm »
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What a great shot, I've heard so much about this day and picture. I unfortunately missed it. Missing you guys, I will explain later. Nothing bad though. perhaps I will make it up there next Sat.
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« Reply #424 on: Sep 18th, 2011, 11:43pm »
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Looking forward to trying the lift improvements.   Thanks for the updates.
 Ray III


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« Reply #425 on: Sep 20th, 2011, 7:47am »
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on Sep 19th, 2011, 11:06pm, ErieAtlantic7597 wrote:       (Click here for original message)
I just posted this for kicks and chuckles. But, the funny part of this picture is this. The BCRR, within two years of this date, was completely disassembled, transported to another location and reassembled in a completely different shape and style. With too many changes and improvements to mention. As of right now, a live steam track facility not yet ten years in existance........ And the rest is history. History that has been documented here in this forum.  
 
   Many positive things can happen when real enthusiasts work together instead of against each other. And it all took place since 2002. The proof is in these pages.

 
 
hey!!!  sounds like an anniversary cake and celibration are in order during 'unmeet 2012'!!!!!!  hafta think about some special sippin' suds an' sodas!
 
ray:  ya got some special recipes up yer sleeve for such an occaision?!
 
 
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« Reply #426 on: Sep 20th, 2011, 9:52pm »
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Modified lift looks great.  Thanks for thinking of us visitors as usual.
 
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« Reply #427 on: Sep 21st, 2011, 1:22am »
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Yes George I do,  I will need a hand.   I'm thinking home made pecan and home made Dutch Apple crumb  pies for dessert.  A little off topic , but a teaser  for one of the many meals at the un-meet of   7  banquets . Ray III


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« Reply #428 on: Sep 21st, 2011, 9:57am »
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This is sounding like THE PLACE to be, in Feb. Mmm, homemade pecan pie... Even for a damnyankee, that's a slice of heaven.
 
Love the plate, Bruce.
 
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« Reply #429 on: Sep 21st, 2011, 12:18pm »
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I'll bring my Jack Daniels BBQ baked beans and my appetite. Perhaps I will drag my wife and boys out this time. Fingers crossed.  
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« Reply #430 on: Sep 23rd, 2011, 10:20am »
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Not steam powered, but very much a part of the BCRR unmeet "FOOD".  George , Greg, and Bruce.  This is another  little teaser of what  I am thinking.  I was thinking last night about all the pies I have made and it is prob up in the 70 pecan and 70 apple.  So I can't wait to put Petes new oven to work. LOL Ray III

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« Reply #431 on: Sep 23rd, 2011, 10:21am »
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Dutch Apple Crumb, made with tart granny smith apples. Ray III

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« Reply #432 on: Sep 24th, 2011, 8:34am »
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Ray - You are not helping my diet.  But then there are no diets during the unmeet.  Pies look really goooooooood.
 
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« Reply #433 on: Sep 24th, 2011, 10:30am »
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Not steam powered, but very much a part of the BCRR unmeet "FOOD".  George , Greg, and Bruce.  This is another  little teaser of what  I am thinking.  I was thinking last night about all the pies I have made and it is prob up in the 70 pecan and 70 apple.  So I can't wait to put Petes new oven to work. LOL Ray III



mmmmm, drool, mmmmmm, drool, mmmmmm, drool, mmmmmm, drool....take me to your leader!!!!
 
 
 
yes, ray, i'd say you've got some special recipes!!!!!  my hands are yours!


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« Reply #434 on: Sep 24th, 2011, 6:25pm »
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Yep, it looks like I'm gonna hafta retract all the things I used to say about diesel drivers (locomotive engineers) when I worked as a locomotive electrician....
 
Awsome looking pies!!!
 
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« Reply #435 on: Sep 24th, 2011, 9:03pm »
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Holy sweet tooth Batman! I concur with Bruce, "WOW".  
 
Pockets.... I hear 2012 would be a great year to visit Florida....say around February.  


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« Reply #436 on: Sep 24th, 2011, 11:51pm »
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Ray
Well I must say that those pies look mighty fine, however, quantity may be a problem.  You see several  years ago I tried to eat myself sick of pecan pie by eating  a whole pie ( its a downfall I have as well as chocolate ).  It did'nt work, I ate the whole pie and did'nt get sick of it.  What did'nt kill me made me stronger, so now its nothing to polish off a 1/2 pie especially if I know its sitting there-- waiting--taunting me-- still a little warm from the oven--- where's the milk kinda thing.  It's also Clayton's favorite pie (teenager with a hollow leg or tapeworm).  I hope this info has been helpful in your planning.  Really looking forward to Un-meals 2012 (and trains). Oh, and by the way, tender really looking good.  Its gonna be different seeing you sitting up a little higher.
 
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« Reply #437 on: Sep 25th, 2011, 10:18am »
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Thank you All.  Bruce the S. wow is right, only 18 wks or so and we  will all be together shoveling coal , oil, and propane.  Yes I know you can't shovel oil or propane .  George ,I'm looking forward to our time in the kitchen. We will have to get up a little earlier than usual to make the extra pies needed to keep "I can eat a whole pie Scott "and" hollow leg Clayton" at bay. LOL.  Greg your not the first one I have converted LOL.  Bruce the L , you are right, there are no diets while attending  an un-meet, we don't want cranky live steamers. Just good food and plenty of it. LOL.  Bobby  we might need to put the pies  in the BatCave until dinner time. LOL  Ray III

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« Reply #438 on: Oct 2nd, 2011, 3:40pm »
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Beautiful home in a beautiful setting, and trains too!! Go, Pete!
 
Thanks for the update, Bruce.
 
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« Reply #439 on: Oct 2nd, 2011, 4:15pm »
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Nice house.  Has a southern depot look to me.
 
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